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What is the behavior of CRL checking when it expires?

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Article ID: KB4311 KB Last Updated: 29 Jun 2010Version: 3.0
Summary:
What is the behavior of CRL checking when it expires?
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Note: This article applies to ScreenOS 4.0 and higher.

There are two methods used by NetScreen devices to check if a certificate is valid:

  • CRL: In the CRL method, the device will try to update the CRL. If it can update, the device will decide to connect to the VPN using the new CRL. If it cannot update the CRL, the device will discard the request to connect to the VPN.
  • Best Effort: In the best effort method, the device will still try to update the CRL. If it can, the device will connect to the VPN using the new CRL. If the device cannot update the CRL, it will connect to the VPN using the old CRL.



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