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SG500 Will Not Import SSL Cert

I have a third party SSL cert that I would like to import into my SG500.

Unfortunatly, the web interface truncates the input of my cert.

So I tried through the CLI but all i get is "no certificate was entered".

My guess is that the SG500 does not support 4096 bit certs.

Cert details:

Sig Algorith: SHA1

Public Key: RSA 4096 Bits

Wildcard (*.domain.tld)

SG500 version:

SW version       Boot version     HW version

------------------- ------------------- -------------------

1.3.5.58            1.3.5.06               V02

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SG500 Will Not Import SSL Cert

Hi Fratiani, can you try this document verbatum ?

http://sbkb.cisco.com/CiscoSB/ukp.aspx?vw=1&docid=49843175a37149768dc4c331a05dce92_Edit_SSL_Server_Authentication_Settings_on_SG500x_Series_Sta.xml&pid=2&respid=0&snid=3&dispid=0&cpage=search

-Tom
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-Tom Please mark answered for helpful posts http://blogs.cisco.com/smallbusiness/
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SG500 Will Not Import SSL Cert

Hi Tom,

Unfortunatly, I can not follow that doc verbatum.

I have a single cert that I use for all SSL comunication purposes in my domain.

It is a wildcard cert.

I have imported this cert into all servers/web servers/firewalls/access points in my domain.

I would like to import this same cert into my SG500

I will not be generating a new CSR for this device.

I just need to import my current cert, with it's keys, into the device.

It appears that the SG500 does not like my cert because the key is too big (4096 bits).

Most modern networking equipment should be able to import my cert as I have done it with pretty much everything else in my domain.

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