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carlos_garza Absent Member.
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Execute Network Automation scripts using Operations Orchestration

Hi
I’m having a problem trying to execute a NA script using the Run Command Script operation from Operations Orchestration which is in the HPE Solutions Content pack.
The problem that I’m getting is:
“faultString: javax.net.ssl.SSLHandshakeException: sun.security.validator.ValidatorException: PKIX path building failed: sun.security.provider.certpath.SunCertPathBuilderException: unable to find valid certification path to requested target”
I don’t know if I have to make a change in the NA configuration to enable te execution of the operation or how to solve this problem.
The versions are:
HPE Network Automation 10.10 64-bit - Redhat
HPE Operations Orchestration version 10.60 – Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise
HPE Solutions Content pack 1.9.0.
 
I hope someone can help me, if you need more information let me know.

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MFreeman Respected Contributor.
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Re: Execute Network Automation scripts using Operations Orchestration

Try setting the protocol to http and port to 80. This is happening because you have a self-signed certificate (SSL) on the NA server.

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Outstanding Contributor.. csaunderson Outstanding Contributor..
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Re: Execute Network Automation scripts using Operations Orchestration

Couple of options:

 

1) Replace the NA certificate with a signed certificate and then import the certificate into OO's keystore.

2) Export the self-signed certificate from NA and then import into OO's keystore.

I'd really look hard at 1): it'll save you pain if your NA or OO comes under PCI scope.

--Chris

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