Install additional CA to authenticate linksys clients
Is it possible for me to install a CA root certificate, provided by Linksys so that linksys devices, which have client-certificates built-in, can authenticate against that CA root? This way, only devices will be able to access the protected content from our web-servers instead of someone being able to just hit the URL in a web-browser and access that content/files. I can't find any documentation on it, so thought I'd ask here.
If this is possible to do, then how? We have the CSS11501S-K9 model of CSS. Thanks in advance
Re: Install additional CA to authenticate linksys clients
yes that helps a lot. Weird that I actually knew it did allow for it but when I started looking for the actual documentation (which was almost a yr after I saw it the first time) I couldn't find it. Thanks so much. BTW, the Linksys client can act as an SSL client when requested to present its built-in certificate.
Just one last question, does this need to be set in a new ssl virtual server of its own or does it need to be in the ssl-server config for where the server SSL cert resides as this connection is over HTTPS after all and the server (CSS) will have to have a certificate of its own installed.
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