How to generate the certificate chain for AWS Load Balancer

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I'm using Amazon Load Balancer with SSL configuration. The problem is I am getting an exception page. 

My SSL provider is Comodo (InstantSSL). They provide two files .crt and .ca-bundle only.

How can I generate the Certificate Chain?

Nov 27, 2018 in AWS by datageek
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You can cat the .crt and the .ca-bundle file together. These files will be provided by the certificate issuer

cat certfile.crt >> chain.crt

chain.crt should be the file you're looking for. Also, the order is important. The certificate.crt file has to be first.

answered Nov 27, 2018 by Archana
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