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This problem can occur if the master server is unable to resolve the client's hostname it's IP address. Correct name resolution on the master such that it properly resolves the client's name to an IP address. Please note that this document is a translation from English, and may have been machine-translated. It is possible that updates have been made to the original version after this document was translated and published. Veritas does not guarantee the accuracy regarding the completeness of the translation. You may also refer to the English Version of this knowledge base article for up-to-date information.

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Beginning with NetBackup version 8. Administrators can configure this trust relationship either while deploying NetBackup or after the deployment is complete. NetBackup does not function properly until this trust relationship is established. For example, backups and restores may fail.

T here are several scenarios that require the administrator to manually set up trust between a master server and a media server or client. This document describes the manual steps required to establish trust. The following steps detail how to setup trust between master servers, media servers, and clients. The steps to manually obtain host certificates are similar across each scenario. Any caveats are noted.

On the media server or client, determine if a CA Certificate is present for this NetBackup master server. The output will be similar to the following:. CA Certificate received successfully from server mymaster. Note the ' CA Certificate State '. Trusted indicates that the CA Certificate is already present in the certificate store on myhost. Not Trusted indicates that the CA Certificate is not present in the certificate store.

If you have access to the master server you may run the following command to display the SHA1 fingerprint.

If the master server has multiple CA certificates , the command displays multiple certificate entries. You can use the ' Subject Name ' in the output to determine the mapping between the certificates and the master servers.

To deploy a CA certificate. The output will be similar to the following if the media server or client where the command is run completes successfully:. To confirm the CA certificate was deployed:. If successful, the output will be similar to the following:.

The following factors must be considered when attempting to obtain a host ID certificate manually:. The nbcertcmd command attempts to inform the user of these conditions through error codes and informational messages. Examples of those errors are detailed below. Factor: The NetBackup daemons or services on the master server must be active.

Factor: The security level configured on the NetBackup master server. To determine the security level on master server, run the command shown on the master server:. Definitions of the security levels are as follows:. Certificates are deployed on hosts during installation after confirming the master server fingerprint or through the nbcertcmd command.

No authorization token is required if the host is known to the master server. A host is considered to be known to the master server if the host can be found in the following entities:. If the host is listed against any of the following options in the NetBackup configuration file Windows registry or the bp.

If the client is a legacy client. The envtoken is the environment variable that contains the token. Error: Attempting to get a host ID certificate for a media server or client that is not known to the master server the following error will be shown:. Solution: Make the client known to the master server, based on one of the methods described in the security level table earlier in this article, per the currently configured security level.

Alternately, the user can specify an authorization token. Host certificate and certificate revocation list received successfully from server mymaster.

Attempts to get a host ID certificate for a host that should already have a host ID certificate, will result in an error. The most common reasons for this error are attempts to re-install a media server or a client, or interrupting an install after the host certificate has been deployed. The hostselfcheck option can be used to determine your current state.

Host ID Certificate is present:. Certificate is not revoked. Host ID Certificate is not present:. Unable to read certificate. In the case where a host ID certificate is not present, use the getCertificate option to retrieve a host ID certificate. This operation is performed on the master server. The reissue token is passed to nbcertcmd in the same manner as an authorization token.

A reissue token is 16 uppercase characters. The reissue token will not be echoed to the terminal when you type it. Authorization Token: [Type or paste in the upper case, 16 character token ] Host certificate and certificate revocation list received successfully from server mymaster.

Once the above is complete, run: unset myenvtoken. Please note that this document is a translation from English, and may have been machine-translated. It is possible that updates have been made to the original version after this document was translated and published. Veritas does not guarantee the accuracy regarding the completeness of the translation.

You may also refer to the English Version of this knowledge base article for up-to-date information. Support Knowledge base How to manually obtain a host ID Certificate. Article: Last Published: Ratings: 37 Product s : NetBackup. Problem Beginning with NetBackup version 8. Clusters LiveUpdate Client is protected by multiple master servers This document describes the manual steps required to establish trust.

Solution The following steps detail how to setup trust between master servers, media servers, and clients. Are you sure you want to continue using this certificate?

CA certificate stored successfully from server mymaster. Has the NetBackup master server already issued a host certificate for this media server or client? If the host certificate request is for a client, is there network connectivity to the NetBackup master server?

Th e certificates are issued without an authorization token if the master server can resolve the host name to the IP address from which the request originated. Therefore, security configuration is not complete. Manual steps are required before backups and restores can occur. Solution: This error message indicates that a bp. To generate bp. Error: Attempted to get a host ID certificate when a token is required will result in the following error:.

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High default. A host is considered to be known to the master server if the host can be found in the following entities: 1. If the host appears in the EMM database of the master server. If at least one catalog image of the client exists that is less than 6 months old. If the client is listed in at least one backup policy.

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Beginning with NetBackup version 8. Administrators can configure this trust relationship either while deploying NetBackup or after the deployment is complete. NetBackup does not function properly until this trust relationship is established. For example, backups and restores may fail. T here are several scenarios that require the administrator to manually set up trust between a master server and a media server or client. This document describes the manual steps required to establish trust. The following steps detail how to setup trust between master servers, media servers, and clients.

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