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SonicWALL Network Security Appliances support SSL Certificate with private key PKCS#12 (.p12 or .pfx) encoded files. So, if you have a Microsoft server or workstation, and are looking for a simpler way to go from CSR creation to SSL Certificate .pfx file installation on your SonicWALL appliance, you should use the DigiCert® Certificate Utility for Windows. For instructions on how to use the DigiCert Certificate Utility to create your CSR and more, see SonicWALL NSA: CSR Creation to SSL Certificate Installation.

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0 0 To generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR), a key pair must be created for the server. These two items are a public key and a private key pair and cannot be separated. When generating your CSR from your Palo Alto Network system your private key will be left on the system. Jan 10, 2008 Network Solutions used to be the only place you could go to buy a.com or other domain name. Years ago they lost their monopoly rights and a flood of low priced competitors entered the market. To prepare your domain name for transfer, you will need to complete a few steps with Network Solutions. Unlock the domain name with Network Solutions. Get an authorization code (also known as an EPP code or transfer key) from Network Solutions. Verify contact information on your domain name. The administrator's contact information may be used.

Unlock the domain name with Network Solutions. Get an authorization code (also known as an EPP code or transfer key) from Network Solutions. Verify contact information on your domain name. The administrator's contact information may be used by Network Solutions during the transfer process. Initiate the transfer. In the Admin Console, on the Verify your domain and set up email page, click the link to open your domain host sign-in page in a new tab. Note: If the Admin Console doesn’t provide a link to your domain, open the Network Solutions ® site in a new tab. Keep the Admin Console open in the first tab.

If you already have your SSL Certificate with private key from a PKCS#12 (.p12 or .pfx) encoded file, and you just need to install it, see SonicWALL (NSA): How to Install Your SSL Certificate .pfx file.

SonicWALL NSA: Generating Your CSR

If you already have your SSL (End-Entity) Certificate PKCS#7 (.p7b), PEM (.pem) or DER (.der or .cer) encoded files, and you just need to install them, see SSL Certificate Installation for a SonicWALL Network Security Appliance.

How to Use the SonicOS to Generate Your CSR

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These instructions cover how to generate a CSR using the SonicOS. Depending on which SonicWALL appliance you are using, you may need to modify these instructions accordingly.

  1. Log into the SonicWALL appliance portal.

  2. In the portal, expand System and click Certificates.

  3. On the Certificates page, under Certificates and Certificate Requests, select Imported certificates and requests.

  4. Next, click New Signing Request.

  5. On the Generate Certificate Signing Request page, enter the following information:

    When you generate the CSR, if you aren't sure of the exact information to include, don't worry; DigiCert can correct that information during our review process before we issue your certificate.

    Certificate AliasEnter the name that you will use to identify the certificate.
    CountryIn the drop-down list, select the country in which your company is legally located.
    StateEnter the state in which your company is legally located.
    Locality, City, or CountyEnter the city in which your company is legally located.
    Company or OrganizationEnter your company’s legally registered name (i.e. YourCompany, Inc.).
    DepartmentEnter the name of your department within the organization.
    (Frequently this entry will be listed as 'IT,' 'Web Security,' or is simply left blank.)
    Group(Optional) You can leave it blank.
    Team(Optional) You can leave it blank.
    Common NameEnter the fully qualified domain name (i.e. www.example.com).
    Subject Alternative Name (Optional)If you are requesting a Multi-Domain (SAN) Certificate, enter any SANs that you want to include.
    (i.e. www.example.com, www.example2.com, and www.example3.net)
    Subject Key SizeIn the drop-down list, select 2048 bits. Key size must be at least 2048 bits.
  6. When you are finished entering your information, click Generate.

    Once the key has been generated, the status of the certificate updates to Pending request.

  7. On the Certificates page, to the right of the pending request, click the Export icon.

  8. Use a text editor to open the file. Then, copy the text, including the BEGIN CERTIFICATE REQUEST and END CERTIFICATE REQUEST tags, and enter it into the DigiCert order form.

    Note: During your DigiCert SSL Certificate ordering process, make sure that you select OTHER when asked to Select Server Software. This option ensures that you receive all the required certificates for SonicWALL NSA SSL Certificate Installation (Root [Trust Anchors], Intermediate, and SSL [End-Entity] Certificates).

  9. After you receive your SSL, Intermediate, and Root Certificates .crt files from DigiCert, you can install them.

    See SSL Certificate Installation for a SonicWALL Network Security Appliance.

  10. Order Your SSL Certificate for SonicWALL Today!

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