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[SRX] How to create a custom self-signed certificate for web-management using HTTPS



Article ID: KB21718 KB Last Updated: 04 Mar 2017Version: 2.0
This article helps in generating a self-signed certificate for acessing J-web using HTTPS; for users who wish to use their own custom attributes.

Note : We also have an option of system-generated certificate. For more information, refer to KB16647 - SRX Getting Started - Configure Management Access.
How to configure a self-generated certificate for J-Web using HTTPS.

Perform the following procedure to configure the self-signed Certificate:
> show security pki certificate-request
> show security pki local-certificate

> request security pki generate-key-pair size 1024 certificate-id testname
> request security pki local-certificate generate-self-signed certificate-id testname subject CN=<device-serial-number> domain-name ip-address

# set system services web-management https pki-local-certificate testname
# set system services web-management https interface fe-0/0/1.0

To clear the local certificate :
> clear security pki local-certificate certificate-id testname
> clear security pki key-pair certificate-id testname

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