Creating a Chain Certificate for Clipster / Fuze
If you want to create your own certificate chain you just need to open a text file and copy and paste the content of root, intermediate(s), and leaf certificates in the following order from the top to bottom in the text file:
"intermediate 2nd" - (Gen 6 systems will have two intermediate certs)
These are the certificate files you need for intermediate & root:
DvsClipsterDCIXXXXXXXX.cer: (system card serial #) This is the the Leaf certificate, and this will change for every system chain you create.
DvsClipsterDCIDvsAG.cer: This is the intermediate certificate for all boards up to (but excluded) serial number 28120000.
DvsClipsterDCIDvsGmbH.cer: This is the intermediate certificate for all boards with serial number 28120000 or higher.
"For Generation 6 Clipster We have two intermediate certificates.
RuS_FBMS_Intermidiate_Hann.cer: This is the intermediate certificate for all systems manufactured in Hannover.
RuS_FBMS_Intermidiate_VIMP.cer: This is the intermediate certificate for all systems manufactured in Vimperk.
RuS_FBMS_Intermidiate_Clipster.cer: This is the intermediate certificate for all systems
DvsClipsterDCIRoot.cer: This is the the root certificate, it did never change.
This can also be done in Terminal (or Command Prompt in Windows):
- ensure your cert file is backed up so it is not overwritten (make a copy and save it elsewhere)
cd(change directory) into a directory that contains your unique cert and the aforementioned (and attached) intermediate & root cert files.
- using the command
cat, concatenate the files together in the required order (ex:
cat file1.txt file2.txt file3.txt >> All_Files.txt)
EX: using the file names above, for board serial numbers before 28120000:
cat DvsClipsterDCIXXXXXXXX.cer DvsClipsterDCIDvsAG.cer DvsClipsterDCIRoot.cer >> DvsClipsterDCIXXXXXXXX.pem
EX: for board serial numbers from 28120000:
cat DvsClipsterDCIXXXXXXXX.cer DvsClipsterDCIDvsGmbH.cer DvsClipsterDCIRoot.cer >> DvsClipsterDCIXXXXXXXX.pem