We just got our shiny new FAS2650, running ONTAP 9.1RC2. We're still climbing the learning curve about clustered ONTAP (everything previous to this is still running 7-mode).
We're running the System Manager with ONTAP using a self-signed SSL certificate. However, it would be nice to use a CA signed certificate, so I don't have to listen to Chrome whine and complain every time I start the system manager. Anything I can do to save a couple extra clicks (every time I have to fire up the manager)...
We've got a wildcard certificate for our company that we've loaded into the filer (including the complete certificate chain going back to the CA). The thing that that I haven't figured out how to do yet is tell the system manager to use the new certificate. The documentation is a bit lacking in this matter (or I haven't found the right document yet).
Thanks for the pointer, Neils. That got me where I needed to go.
I was wondering if the certificate would be bound specifically to the system manager, but the only entries I saw were for the SVMs, so I just went with it for the management SVM and I get a happy green SSL indicator from Chrome now.