fxs

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Thanks to cpanel. No problem to install certificate for tld and server (cPanel/WHM/Webmail Service Dovecot Mail Server
Exim (SMTP) Server FTP Server).
i would like to do the same job for port 30000 (asl)
obviously i have the root access but failed to reach this goal
thkx
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cPanelMichael

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Hello :)

You will need to setup a certificate manually for that particular service. Have you checked with the application's support or documentation to determine if any special steps are required?

Thank you.
 

fxs

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Hello :)

You will need to setup a certificate manually for that particular service. Have you checked with the application's support or documentation to determine if any special steps are required?

Thank you.
Hi,

I'm a french speaking gye and I'm not sure I understand you.
I have a dedicated server and root access.
No problem for the certificate.
It works perfectly for Webmail Service, Dovecot Mail, Server Exim (SMTP), and Server FTP Server).
Mod security (from atomicorps) is on.
The Gui (ASL) is on port 3000.
Unfortunately the connection is not secured.
I think additional steps are required (perhaps something like listen 30000 somewhere).
I'm newbie with cpanel so that is my question: how to reach this goal?
 

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Are you referring to Atomic Secured Linux? If so their FAQ may help

https://www.atomicorp.com/wiki/index.php/ASL_FAQ

Specifically for the web interface daemon

https://www.atomicorp.com/wiki/index.php/Tortixd

If you wish to configure the ASL web console to use a different SSL certificate check with your SSL vendor for instructions for setting up SSL keys and certificates for Apache. Each SSL vendor may require you change different settings. The ASL web console SSL settings are provided in this file:

/var/asl/etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf

The following is provided as a courtesy, and should not be used unless you know what you are doing. Always follow the instructions of your SSL vendor...