To prepare the SiPass integration, you have to perform the following steps:

  • Install the SiPass Cu-Handler on the OIS machine
  • Export the SiPass server certificate from remote machine

Installing the SiPass Cu-Handler on the OIS Machine

You have to manually install the SiPass Cu-Handler.

  1. Log on to the OIS Linux computer using the root user.
  1. Open a terminal window.
  1. Enter the following command:
    apt-get install ois-cusipass
  1. Enter Y.
  • The SiPass Cu-Handler is now installed.

Exporting the SiPass Server Certificate from Remote Machines

  • OIS Tools has been configured.
  • Google Chrome has been installed as a web browser.
  1. Start the web browser on the local machine.
  1. Enter the hostname or IP address in the address bar to log in to OIS Tools, for example:
    http://[hostname] or http://[IP address].
  1. In OIS Tools, click Configure.
  1. In the navigation pane, select the site and afterwards the gateway.
  1. Select the SIPASS unit.
  1. Enter the URL with a valid SiPass server hostname along with the port number and paste it into the address bar in the following format, for example:
    https://[hostname SiPass server]:8744/Notifier/hubs
  1. Click the Not secure label next to the address bar and select Certificate (Invalid).
  1. Select the Details tab.
  1. Click Copy to File and afterwards Next to export the certificate.
  1. Select Base-64 encoded X.509 (.CER) and click Next.
  1. Click Browse and save the file under the sipassserver.crt name.
  1. Click Next and afterwards Finish.
  • A message confirming the successful export appears.
  1. Click OK twice.
  1. Continue with the subsystem configuration with OIS Tools. For more information refer to: Subsystem Configuration with OIS Tools.