Device Configuration : Configure : VPN : Certificate Authorities : Default CA Parameters
Default CA Parameters
Use the Add Certificate Authority page to update and regenerate the default certificate.
The Add Certificate Authority page allows you to manually enter certificate authority details.
1. Go to Device Configuration > Configure > VPN > Certificate Authorities .
2. Click on the icon under Manage tab of the default certificate that you want to update and regenerate.
3. Enter Certificate Authority Details.
Name
Default. This name cannot be changed.
Country Name
Specify the name of the country where the device is installed.
State
Specify the name of the state where the device is installed.
Locality Name
Specify the name of the locality where the device is installed.
Organization Name
Specify the organization name, which will use this certificate and domain name. This domain will be certified to use the Certificate.
Use unique Domain name only.
Organization Unit Name
Specify the department/unit name, which will use this certificate and domain name. This domain will be certified to use the Certificate.
Use unique Domain name only.
Common Name
Specify the common name.
A common name comprises of host + domain name or is a fully qualified domain name that is used to resolve to SSL VPN interface. It must be same as that of the Web address to be accessed when connecting to a secured site.
Email Address
Specify the Email Address of the contact person for communication.
CA PassPhrase
Specify Passphrase for a Certificate Authority. Passphrase must be at least 4 characters long.
Re-enter passphrase for confirmation.
4. Click Save to update and regenerate the default certificate.