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Hi, we have some 8.3.x cDOT clusters added in OCUM, all working fine.
But clusters with version 9 (GA) can't be added.
We get this error:
Cluster add failed. Failed to fetch the HTTPS certificate from *ontap9system*. Enter a valid Hostname or Port.
Certificates are not expired, credentials work fine.
Quick update: It works with HTTP (Port 80) but of course we have security concerns so we need to use HTTPS like on the others.
What does the following command say?
::> system services web show
Are you adding with the name or the IP address? (try both)
here you go:
External Web Services: trueStatus: onlineHTTP Protocol Port: 80HTTPS Protocol Port: 443HTTP Enabled: true
Yes it tried both IP and Hostname, it only works with non-secure HTTP...
this may be caused because the hostname listed in the certificate does not match the actual hostname / FQDN of the cluster.
This may happen in case DNS settings or cluster name are changed post cluster setup.
I also wouldn't exclude the cluster setup logic to have a flaw so that hostname/FQDN of the cluster and the certificate don't match.
Please try to re-create the SSL certificate according to this KB article:
Although the article is written explicitely for ONTAP 8.1 and 8.2/8.3, please follow those steps outlined for 8.2/8.3 for ONTAP 9. They should be identical.
Then try adding the cluster to OCUM.
Kind regards, Niels
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There was no DNS / Name change.
Brand new cluster setup, no changes there.
New cert didn't help, I have opend a ticket. Lets see...
so the fix / workaround is to modify the hosts file of both OCUM and OCPM by adding the ontap 9 systems.
Although ping worked fine without the host entries, technician said its a bug.
I am facing the same error in all the ONTAP versions(Failed to fetch the HTTPS certificate from the Cluster). And also i dont see seperate HOSTS file for the OCUM. Could you please help me to get that.
Hi, did you ever resolve this issue? I've renewed certs, created a hosts file and removed any instances in the cluster to a previous install of OCUM.
Getting connection failed on both http and https.