Install SSL Certificate
Assuming that you have already setup your DNS to point to a DNS name connected to the Triofox server and SSL certificate already purchased for the DNS name. If not, you can acquire a SSL certificate from your SSL vendor.
We recommend using https://www.ssllabs.com/ to test your SSL setup because the SSL Labs site will produce a report on whether the SSL is compatible with all devices such as iOS devices.
You can also use openssl to check the SSL certificates and whether or not the whole certificate trust chain is completely installed on the server side.
openssl s_client -connect server.yourwebhoster.com:443
You will install the SSL certificate by using the IIS Manager. Look for "Server Certificates" and double click on it.
Click on "Import" to import an existing SSL Certificate. Leave the Certificate Store as "Personal" or "Web Hosting", either way is fine.
Verify that the certificate is available:
You can also verify the SSL certificate from the MMC/Certificates snap-in (Local Computer).
Now you can bind the "Default Web Site" to the SSL certificate for HTTPS. Right click on the "Default Web Site" and select “Edit Binding”.
At the binding dialog, edit the HTTPS binding.
Now, change the SSL Certificate binding drop-down to the imported SSL certificate.
Now we can go back to the Configure Now button and configure the external DNS for the Triofox server.
- Node Name
This matches the hostname of the triofox server. This doesn't need to be changed.
- External URL
This is the External URL/DNS name that needs to be configured.
- Internal URL
This doesn't need to be changed.