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HI,

The Cisco ACE 4710 load balancer which is connected to mail server shows that https certification is expired and cannot open https site, how can I renew the certificate without disrupting the service?

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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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what are you using for a mail server.  A load balancer implies 2 or more mail server client access points.
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Hello,

It depends on SW version you're running on your ACE. Newer versions can do that gracefully.
Look here for more details:
https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/11312011/ace-ssl-certificate-renewal

Regards!
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