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Updated: Thursday, June 13, 2019
 
 

wanbootutil(8)

Name

wanbootutil - manage keys and certificates for WAN booting

Synopsis

wanbootutil [keygen] [option_specific_arguments]
wanbootutil [keymgmt] [option_specific_arguments]
wanbootutil [p12split] [option_specific_arguments]

Description

The wanbootutil command creates and manages WANboot encryption and hashing keys and manipulates PKCS #12 files for use by WAN boot.

wanbootutil has three subcommands, each covered in a separate man page:

wanboot_keygen(8)

Generates encryption and hashing keys.

wanboot_keymgmt(8)

Inserts and extracts keys from WAN boot key repositories.

wanboot_p12split(8)

Splits a PKCS #12 file into separate certificate and key files for use by WAN boot.

Options

The options are supported for wanbootutil are the use of keygen, keymgmt, or p12split. The options for these subcommands are described in their respective man pages.

Examples

Example 1 Generate a 3DES Client Key
# wanbootutil keygen -c -o net=172.16.174.0,cid=010003BA0E6A36,type=3des
Example 2 Insert an RSA Private Client Key
wanbootutil keymgmt -i -k keyfile \
  -s /etc/netboot/172.16.174.0/010003BA0E6A36/keystore -o type=rsa
Example 3 Split a PKCS #12 File into Certificate and Key Components
# wanbootutil p12split -i p12file -c out_cert -k out_key

Exit Status

0

Successful operation.

non-zero

An error occurred. Writes an appropriate error message to standard error.

Attributes

See attributes(7) for descriptions of the following attributes:

ATTRIBUTE TYPE
ATTRIBUTE VALUE
Availability
system/boot/wanboot
Interface Stability
Obsolete

See Also

attributes(7), wanboot_keygen(8), wanboot_keymgmt(8), wanboot_p12split(8)