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Thread: How to issued a certificate for VPN peer

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    Default How to issued a certificate for VPN peer

    Hi everybody,

    I am getting some problems triying to issued a certificate to use it in a VPN connection with an Interoperable Device (this is the only way to stablish a VPN against remote peer). I want to issue the certificate with the Internal CA (ICA) to use it in matching criteria as the image that I attached (smartconsole).

    How can I issue this certificate? I was looking for in the SmartConsole some window like "IPsec VPN" as this webpage says but it does not exists.

    Thanks beforehand, mike

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    Last edited by mikiteleco; 2018-05-07 at 02:57.

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    Default Re: How to issued a certificate for VPN peer

    Typically, you don't issue them a certificate from your CA. Rather, you import their CA as a Servers > Trusted CAs object, then you specify the interoperable device must present a certificate issued by that CA.

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