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|Affected OS Type
||Affected Software Product
||Affected Release Number
DNA Center Software
Affected releases: 1.2.10, 1.2.12, 1.3.0, 1.3.1
||PKI broker won't issue device cert in DNAC after 4th OCT,2019 as EJBCA WSDL cert is expiring|
The Web Services Description Language (WSDL) certificate in Cisco DNA Center's EJBCA Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) broker service expires on 2019-10-04. After this server certificate expires, Cisco DNA Center clients that use the EJBCA service for secure sessions will fail to connect.
EJBCA is an open source certificate authority service in Cisco DNA Center's PKI implementation. PKI requires an unexpired Certificate Authority (CA) signed certificate to establish identity, otherwise secure connection requests will fail. The WSDL certificate in Cisco DNA Center expires on 2019-10-04 and must be renewed for the EJBCA PKI service to continue to operate properly.
Clients that use the EJBCA service in Cisco DNA Center will fail to connect. For example, the Embedded Wireless Controller on Cisco Catalyst 9800 Series devices will fail to onboard. Also, Cisco Aironet AP-1800 Sensors will fail to connect to Cisco DNA Center.
There is no workaround for this problem. Customers must upgrade Cisco DNA Center to a version that has been patched to include a new WSDL certificate. The new certificate has a 20 year expiry.
These Cisco DNA Center software releases have the fix with the new WSDL certificate:
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