I'm trying to use SSL certs signed by out internal CA on all of our SG500X and SG500 switches, the manual is a little vague on the actual process import process, I generated the request from the switch without specifying a new key(so I assume it used the default), submitted the request to my CA and downloaded the cert. Since the import option doesn't allow importing the cer file, I opened it up with a text editor and copied the cert including the begin and end markers, when I submit it I get the error: SSL can't import certificate - conversion of input to certificate failed.
I just tried importing the cert through CLI too, and get the same error, is there anything that needs to be done before import? I'm working with a base-64 encoded cert file that was issued by our internal Windows CA.
When I followed the step-by-step entirely it imported the cert fine through the GUI, when I was trying it previously I wasn't editing the self-signed cert prior to generating the request to submit to the CA, I'm not sure why that made a difference but it worked on all 5 of my stacks if I did it first.
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