I have a new 3850 L3 switch. It had a self-signed certificate installed when I first booted the switch. The certificate appears to be either 512 or 1024 in length. I would like to create a key that is 2048 in length. I can issue the crypto key generate rsa command and specify the 2048 length and I get a new cert. I just can't figure out hw to make the new cert as the active cert.
Here is the configuration section from the switch when it was first started:
When I create the new cert and then commit it with the copy running-config startup-config and then reload, it will show that the new cert is stored in NVRAM:private-config, but it doesn't show the cert when I cd to nvram: and issue the dir command. What is the proper sequence to get the new cert to be used.
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