We don't have a verisign cert, we use an in-house CA for all our certs.
I've created a new cert from our Windows 2003 server CA and exported it, then imported it into the asa. I can see the cert sitting in the CA certificates section of the ASDM.
However, when I go to the SSL Settings to assign the cert to an interface, no certs show up. The box that pops up talks about enrolling trustpoints. All the readme's I've been to talk about this trustpoint section under Certificates. It's not there on mine. No where. So, I'm stuck. I'd add it by the command line, but I'm a little nervous to do so beings it's not showing up in the asdm anywhere like the readme says it should.
My whole purpose for this is to get the asa's cert to reflect it's host name on the cert, rather than an IP.
Curious if anyone else can advice me a bit on getting a third party cert installed and assigned properly? Am I ok using the command line here? I'm not concerned about using a CRL with this either.
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