SSL Set Up Question

Dan Morphis dan at
Sat Feb 7 15:00:03 EST 2015

the .crt and .key are files you receive from your CA authority. Or, if 
you do a self-signed cert ones you generate.

See this article on generating a self-signed cert 
<> for more 

On 2/7/2015 10:57 AM, Jim Maclean wrote:
> Hi there, I'm having a little trouble understanding the following 
> statement mainly because I don't have a lot of experience with Linux
> 'For example, if you want to run the CWMP in SSL mode, set the 
> CWMP_SSL entry to true in config/config.json, and copy/link cert.crt 
> to cwmp.crt and key.key to cwmp.key.'
> The first part is clear, it's copy/link cert.crt etc. that confuses 
> me.  Is cwmp.key a new file or line in config.json.  An example here 
> would help.
> Regards
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