SSL Certificate Profile

The SSL Certificates tab (under Web Applications) is where you declare SSL materials used by your web applications on client-side. You can define certificate keypairs and chain on client-side only. This allows profiling SSL certifications and re-usability. SSL negotiations attributes are set on the web application itself.

What are the steps?

Click New SSL Certificate and provide:

- certificate details (name, description)

- SSL materials (certificate, private key, keychain)

- that's it!

How do I upload certificate information?

Get all the details about your certificates

SSL Certificates tab lists all your certificates. You'll see basic information in the list - Name, Certificate Subject (Common Name, Organization), Certificate Issuer (self-signed or CA), Validity Period (not before - not after). You can easily view more certificate details. Select a certificate row to see more certificate details in the preview pane, under the list area.

Add SSL Certificate to Non-SSL web applications

You can add SSL certificate to non-SSL web applications. Adding the certificate converts a web application into HTTPS. The SSL web application is configured to use default protocols: TLS 1.1 and TLS 1.2 and default security filters: Strong and Good to support HTTPS communication. To add an SSL certificate, go to Web Applications and click the SSL Certificates tab. Select the SSL certificate and click Add to Sites in the Quick Actions to add the certificate to HTTP web applications.