Secure Mobile Access 12.4 Administration Guide

Selecting a Certificate

To select the certificate you want

  1. In the AMC, navigate to System Configuration > SSL Settings.

  2. In the SSL Certificates section, click Edit. The SSL Certificates page displays.

  3. In the Certificates section, click the + (New) icon and select Create self-signed certificate. The Create Self-Signed Certificate page displays.

  4. If you want an RSA certificate, in the Key type drop-down menu, select RSA. The default key type is RSA, unless no RSA ciphers are enabled.

  5. In the Key size drop-down menu, select the size you want: 2048 bits or 3072 bits.

  6. In the Signature drop-down menu, select the signature you want: SHA-384 or SHA-256.

  7. If you want ECDSA certificate, in the Key type drop-down menu, select EC.

    When you select EC as the Key type, the only other option is Prime size.

  8. Select the Prime size that you want: 256 bits or 384 bits.

  9. To see the details for a certificate, go back to the SSL Certificates page and click on the plus sign for the device you want to view. The details view for:

    • RSA certificates shows the Key size and the Signature for the certificate.

    • ECDSA certificates shows the Prime size and the Signature for the certificate.

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