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HTTPS RADIUS authentication warns about certificate

I am trying to protect IIS web server from attack with RADIUS on a PIX and when I try to use

aaa authenticate HTTPS outside I get a warning on the client browser about the certificate on the PIX. I do not have a certificate on the PIX, only on the IIS server. Is there a way to get a certificate on the PIX or other method of getting rid of the warning? I see only references to hosted CA servers, not the root servers that are trusted outside. Help.


Re: HTTPS RADIUS authentication warns about certificate

You can set up certificates on the pix using microsoft certificate server.

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Re: HTTPS RADIUS authentication warns about certificate

True, but I do not want my users to have to accept an untrusted certificate. I want to use a trusted CA, one of the root trusted ones, not an internal CA.

I only see references to internal CAs to load on the PIX, not trusted ones like Verisign. I do not even mind having the RADIUS login happen over HTTP, as long as I can use THAT RADIUS authentication to open 443 to my Web server. I cannot have IIS open to the outside world on any port without RADIUS and in this case, I want ONLY 443 open to IIS and even that ONLY after RADIUS authenticates.

Thanks for the reply, still looking for answers.

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