When initially installed, the Poly Cloud Relay uses a default self-signed server identity certificate on all inbound HTTPS connections from on-premise devices and applications to its HTTPS port (443). Optionally you can replace this default certificate with your own.
Your certificate must be contained in a PKCS #12 format file (typically a .pfx or .p12 file extension), which includes the certificate and its associated private key. This file should also contain all of the CA certificates in the certification path.
Note: Not all Poly Cloud Services require a certificate. Please see your respective documentation for more information on whether your service requires a certificate.
- In the Poly Cloud Services portal, go to Register Devices > Cloud Relay.
- Select a Poly Cloud Relay.
- In the Advanced Settings section, move the slider to Yes to expose the certificate settings.
- In the Device Certificate Password field, enter the certificate file password (the password you entered when you exported the PFX or P12 file).
- In the Device Certificate (.PFX) field, click Upload to select the certificate file on your computer. Certificate Status displays if the certificate is valid or invalid.
If your certificate was uploaded successfully, a summary of the certificate information displays, followed by the raw certificate data. The certificate summary information contains the following:
|Common Name||The Subject Common Name (CN) field value|
|Validity Time||Certificate validity period|
|Serial Number||Certificate serial number|