I am tryin to generate a self signed certificate for Indentity Certificates, and keep coming up with the wrong domain name. The "Issued To" and "Issued by" both refer to the incorrect domain.
In the config, the correct domain name can be found in:
dns server-group DefaultDNS
group-policy DefaultRAGroup attributes
group-policy DefaultRAGroup_1 attributes
However, the incorrect domain name can not be found anywhere in the config. I have removed any and all
certificates already issued. I see no configuration what so ever refering to any certificates, CA, Local-CA,
But when I go back again to create a new self signed Identity cert, I still get the OLD domain. If I go to advanced
options I can fill out the FQDN and IP. The FQDN will be ASA5510.CorrectDomain.com. But of course what will be issued
The domain name that is showing up is one that was first used when the device arrived and I created an initial
configuration just to get the device on a network to access. Since that time the original config has long since
been erased with a brand new config added line by line. Yet still this ghost from the original keeps showing up.
Where is it finding this?
I have this problem too.