We don’t support uploading certificate chains, Intermediate certificates or Root certificates to avoid duplication and save space on our load balancers. But we do have most of the common Intermediate chains already in our repository for your use. You can link/chain your existing SSL certificate to one of these Intermediates to ensure they are trusted […]
Yes, we absolutely do, and always have. Before we supported SNI, we recommended that clients with multiple domains on a single IP address use a SAN (Subject Alternative Name) extension certificate. To use one of these, simply attach it as a standard SSL certificate (that is, do not check the SNI box when attaching it). […]
How do I extract the SSL certificate from Microsoft IIS so it can be imported into the interface and used in Cloud Load Balancing.
There are a few steps involved to successfully export SSL certificates from Microsoft IIS. Essentially, it needs to be exported, run through openssl to separate the key from the cert and split into two files. The two files can then be loaded into the interface. If you already have a key and cert file because […]