Exporting a certificate from one ASA pair to another
Does anyone know if it possible to export a security certificate from one set of ASA's to another? And how this might be done?
From the documentation I haven't seen anything about this. From experience you need a CSR to which you then add the certificate which is validated against a trustpoint. If there is no CSR on the 2nd set of ASA's then no cert can be imported?
Re: Exporting a certificate from one ASA pair to another
Found the following in "Cisco Security Appliance Command Line Configuration Guide, Version 8.0" on Cisco Documentation:
"You can export and import the keypair and issued certificates associated with a trustpoint in PKCS12 format. This is useful if you wish to manually duplicate a trustpoint configuration on a different security appliance."
Via ASDM you can export/import a trustpoint via the Configuration->Remote Access VPN->Certificate Management->Identity Certificates. Alternatively, you can use the ASDM 6.1 backup and restore tool to backup certificates.
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