I recently bought the WAP321 access point. I've got it all set up for wireless, but am trying to import a certificate for the HTTPS interface. So far, I've tried the following:
1. I created a new certificate template on my Windows Server 2008 R2 root CA
2. I've created a request on the CA to create the certificate, and downloaded it in .cer format
3. I've used openssl to convert the certficate to .pem format, as the device manual specified that it needed to be in .pem format
4. I've attempted to upload this certificate in the HTTP/HTTPS Settings for the device
Upload fails each time. I've tried with 512, 1024, and 2048 bit certificates, but still have the same problem each time. I've looked around, but can't find documentation for anything more that the basic user guide.
Has anyone successfully added a certificate to their WAP321? Or does anyone have any ideas on what I'm missing?
same here - how can we apply 3-party signed (we usually use wildcard certifictes from verysign like *.example.org) SSL certificates to our WAP321?
There is no option to upload PKCS#12 private/public key/cert containers. There is also no option to generate SSL certificate requests on the device itself. Can somebody advice us, how to apply 3-party signed certificates to the APs? Especially when the Capitive Portal (Guest Access for our Clients) is used, providing trusted SSL cert is essential. And no, we do not use IPs but DNS names.
PS: by the way - in the new firmware (220.127.116.11) access via SSH seems to be gone? why is this the case?!?
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