How to enable X.509 authentication.
You will need to enable X.509 authentication as part of the HTTPS configuration.
To enable X.509 authentication:
- Select the Administration tab. Tabs remember the page you last worked on, so select the tab again to ensure you're on the Administration page.
- Under User Management, click Secure Access.
Under General, set the following to enable HTTPS
connection and X.509 authentication:
- HTTPS—select Enable.
- X.509 Authenticator—select an X.509 authenticator previously added to Address Manager.
- Under Server Certificate Settings, select Load Custom Certificate.
Under Upload Certificate, set the following:
- Private Key—click Choose File to upload server private key.
- Use Password—select the check box to provide
security for the private key.
- Password—enter an alphanumeric password to secure your private key.
- Domain Signed Certificate—click Choose File to upload your server certificate.
- Click Update.
When you finish configuring HTTPS, X.509 authentication is enabled.