not able to install or generate acs server certificate
I have one test set-up with one layer 3 switch and one autonomous AP 1131. I have configured one SSID and without any authentication and it was not able to connect successfully.
But now i want to try enable WPA2 enterprise ( Actually , after checking with the test set up , i am going to implement in live set-up where i have to configure WPA2 enterprise so that i would like to go for testing wpa2 enterprise not wpa2 personal ).
I have ACS server 3.0 trial version and installed on windows server 2000 and
on AP 1131 i have configured radius server commands
( aaa- new model and radius server host ... ip address ... key ..... shared secret ... password .. ).
I am confused with certificate which is required to install on acs server but i am not able to generate the certificate or not able to get the certificate from anywhere in acs server option.
how to generate acs server certificate in trial version 3.0 and after generating how to install in acs server and what about client ... will it be same certificate which i need to install in cllient PC's and if yes how to add in client pc's and if not , where will i get cllient certificate ,..
if i buy ACS software which i will be installed windows platform , i will get two certificate ,,,,,,,,, what about acs trial version software .... will i be able to get certificate .......
i am trying to refer so many documents but it could not help me ..
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Transferring Crash file from standby:
Login to the Active WLC in HA.
(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload datatype crash
(Cisco Controller) >transfer upload filename <Desired filename>
(Cisco Controller) >transfer up...