I am in the process of using OpenSSL to generate a device certificate for my 5508 WLC.
However, I had a question about DNS. The controller is on a guest network and is used for outside companies. I don't control their laptops/devices, and the controller is handing out a public DNS (126.96.36.199) for them to use. They simply log in and connect to the Internet.
I assume this is going to create a problem with the device certificate. Won't clients get a warning if they cannot resolve the name of the controller against the certificate? Aside from installing my own DNS server into that network, is there any way around this?
What I have done is create a certificate using your public domain and then adding an alias DNS record on your external DNS or public DNS server. Tie it to one of your public IP address and then use that public IP address for your VIP. That is a work around I have used.
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