Create a non-Akamai certificate
These steps describe how you create the intermediate certificate if your organization already has a public key infrastructure (PKI) and maintains an internal CA root certificate. This process involves an administrator downloading a certificate signing request (CSR), signing the CSR with the internal CA, and uploading the signed certificate to ETP.
If your company does not have a PKI in place, you can generate a public certificate that is signed by Akamai and distribute it to network devices. For more information, see Create an Akamai certificate.
You must be an ETP super administrator to perform this procedure.
[global] cert = /path/certificate.pem
- path is the path to the certificate
- certificate is the name of the certificate
- Generate a certificate signing request
- Sign the request with your CA. If you are using OpenSSL or Microsoft Certificate Services to issue and manage certificates, see the corresponding procedure:
- Upload and deploy signed certificate to ETP