We have seven 300 series small business switches, all consistently configured. All running 188.8.131.52 firmware with 1.3.5.06 boot code.
2x SG300-28P V01
1x SF300-24P V01
1x SF300-48 V01
1x SF300-48P V01
1x SF302-08P V01
1x SF302-08P V02
I have successfully assigned certificates from our Microsoft certificate authority (2008 R2) to five of the units, but can not assign certificates to the two SF302-08Ps.
I use the following commands:
crypto certificate 1 generate key-generate 2048
crypto certificate 1 request cn XXX ou XXX or XXX loc XXX st CA cu US
crypto certificate 1 import
I receive the following error: SSL can't import certificate - conversion of input to certificate failed.
Again, those commands work on five out of seven switches. The only common factor is that they fail on the two small switches. I have tried rebooting immediately before attempting to generate the key and import the certificate. I tried rebooting immediately before attempting to import the certificate on the existing key. I verify all CSRs and certificates with the utilities here: http://www.sslshopper.com/csr-decoder.html and http://www.sslshopper.com/certificate-decoder.html. I've turned with logging buffer up to level 7 (debugging), but no message is recorded.
Any thoughts on why these two switches won't import my Microsoft CA certificates?
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