Import a certificate for web auth on controller

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Jun 26th, 2007
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I have a customer who says that the SSL Certificate warning that pops up for the web auth on the WLC is not acceptable. Is the controller capable of importing a certificate? Can the certificate have as its CN?

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rchester Tue, 06/26/2007 - 13:15
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Looks good. Is there any issue with using a public DNS and a virtual interface of ?

slandeira Wed, 03/31/2010 - 08:34
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I feel is a very good solution.
Only one question, does the OpenSSL aplication cost? Where can I get?



Kayle Miller Wed, 03/31/2010 - 08:53
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    It's kinda funny I just went through this with a Client last week. So yes you can install an SSL certificate to resolve that inconvience, and you can use a Chained SSL Certificate (it's what I used) but you need to follow these directions.

My client got their certificates from Verisign.

As for the OpenSSL application

those are the sites I used to get the openssl application..

Here is also a link to show you how to setup OpenSSL

takes a bit to get it setup, but worked like a charm.  You can get a 14-day trial certificate from Versign to test and experiment with.

Also the CN can not be an IP Address, and as far as the on public DNS mine is setup that way and works great...

Hope this helps, please feel free to rate this post.


Kayle Tue, 04/13/2010 - 02:53
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Kayle, you wrote:

> ... the on public DNS mine is setup that way and works great...

I tried that too and got a lot of comment: is a virtual address and hence cannot be linked to an 'owner'. Therefore this DNS entry request was refused, unless this DNS would be confined to our own organisation. Did you do it this way?


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