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[Archive] [WLC] How to verify if the CSR is corrupt before submitting it to the Certificate Authority



Article ID: KB31384 KB Last Updated: 10 Oct 2020Version: 3.0

This article explains how to verify if the Certificate Signing Request (CSR) for the web certificate/EAP certificate, which is generated from WLC is corrupt before submitting it to the Certificate Authority.

  1. First, generate a CSR for web/EAP and collect the output.

    The following example is a CSR for web certificate and the CSR status is verified using a CSR decoder. A third party tool was used to check the CSR status.

    The following output reports that the generated CSR is valid:

  2. If the generated CSR is corrupt, the following output is displayed:

Modification History:
2020-10-10: Archived article.
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