In this page you find:
The Certificates page allows the management of the certificates that are needed by the various OpenVPN server instances running on the Endian UTM Appliance and is composed of three tabs: Certificates, Certificate Authority, and Revoked Certificates.
Here it is possible to manage all the certificates stored on the Endian UTM Appliance. The table, initially empty, shows all certificates along with the following details, one per each column:
Above the list, a link can be clicked to Add new certificate. Upon clicking, the page will be replaced by a form that allows to provide all data necessary to the generation of a new certificate.
At the bottom of the table, on the left-hand side there is a navigation widget, that allows to navigate among the various pages composing the table, if there are many certificates, whereas on the right-hand side there is a reload widget, used to refresh the list of certificates.
The first alternative allows to create a new certificate directly on the Endian UTM Appliance, by providing the following information. The capital letters in parentheses show the field of the certificate that will be filled by the value supplied and form the Subject of the certificate.
A Root Certificate Authority is needed to create certificates, so create the Root CA before creating certificates.
The next alternative is to upload an existing certificate from the local workstation to the Endian UTM Appliance.
The third alternative is to upload a CSR from the local workstation to the Endian UTM Appliance, i.e., an encrypted text file containing all necessary information to generate a new certificate, recognised by the server.
The certificates that have been revoked are listed in the table, that show the serial number and the subject of the certificate.
In this page can be managed all the Certificate Revocation lists that have been uploaded.
The table shows all the Certificate Revocation Lists that have been uploaded and for each item in the table are show the name of the certificate, the issuer, and the issued date. Available actions are: