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HPSM 9.20 ssl connection

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Hello.
I'm trying to make ssl connection work in HPSM 9.20. When I put -ssl:1 and -sslconnector:1 in my sm.ini I have an error (screenshot is in attach):
... HTTPS hostname wrong: should be...

As I can see in the error, HPSM redirects me from 13080 to 13443, so I don't understand where problem is.

Without ssl it works well.
Thanks for your advices. Points are guaranteed.
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How you have defined SM application server FQDN in the sertificate file?

I think that with SSL connection, you have to use FQDN in the SM Server host name field instead of IP address as you are now using.

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How you have defined SM application server FQDN in the sertificate file?

I think that with SSL connection, you have to use FQDN in the SM Server host name field instead of IP address as you are now using.

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indeed, you must have the FQDN to certify on.
http://www.kristofvanaeken.be
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Thank you for your answers.

Recreation of cacerts and server.keystore helpded me. Now all work fine.
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