I want to enable HTTPS. A Google search result showed a post in this forum, and it told me to use a few commands to install packages. But I could do that within the web UI. Now, HTTPS is working. But it is using a self-signed autogerated certificate, which the browser on my computer rejects.
I have generated a certificate on my computer. It is signed by a CA certificate which is registered as a trusted CA. Now, I think I need to tell OpenWrt to use that certificate instead, but can I do that without using terminal?
Google search gave me this (https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-user/luci/getting_rid_of_luci_https_certificate_warnings), but "In LuCi, go to Services → uHTTPd" does not seem valid. I cannot find "Services" menu in the web UI (OpenWrt 18.06.2). Is this not possible now and I have to use SSH terminal?
With the availability of
nginx as a server, that may be a better choice than
uhttpd. Installing the
luci-ssl-nginx should give you all you need. It may not fit on devices with 8 MB of flash or less and you may need to use
uhttpd for flash-limited devices.
nginx, the certificates used can be found by examining
(for default config)
I'll typically use SCP to copy the certs into place, or at least onto the machine to a reasonably secure, temporary location. Especially with signed certs, they are pretty sensitive information.
Yes, you can.
luci-app-uhttpd first (System - Software)
Then go to Services - uHTTPd and you can edit the web server, including erasing old certificates and uploading new.
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