Manually Obtaining Digital Certificates (SRC CLI)
You can manually add digital certificates, or you can use SCEP to help manage how you obtain certificates.
For information about using SCEP to obtain certificates, see Obtaining Digital Certificates through SCEP (SRC CLI).
To manually add a signed certificate:
Create a certificate signing request.user@host> request security generate-certificate-request subject subjectpassword password
subject is the distinguished name of the SRC host; for example cn=cseries1,ou=pop,o=Juniper,l=kanata,st=Ontario,c=Canada.
password is the password received from the certificate authority for the specified subject.
By default, this request creates the file
/tmp/certreq.csrand encodes the file by using Privacy-Enhanced Mail (pem) encoding.
Copy the file generated to another system, and submit the certificate signing request file generated to the certificate authority.
You can transfer the file through FTP by using the file copy command.user@host> file copy source_file ftp://username@server [: port ]/destination_file
The remote system prompts you for your password.
When you receive the signed certificate, copy the file back to the system to the
You can transfer the file through FTP, as shown in Step 2.
Add the certificate to the SRC configuration.user@host> request security import-certificate file-name file-name identifier identifier
file-name is the name of the certificate file in the
/tmpfolder. The file has one of the following extensions:
PEM—Privacy-Enhanced Mail encoding
identifier is the name of the certificate.
For example, to import the file sdx.cer that is identified as web:user@host> request security import-certificate file-name sdx.cer identifier web
You can use the request security generate-self-signed-certificate command to create a self-signed certificate.
Verify that the certificate is part of the SRC configuration.
user@host> show security certificate web subject:CN=host
If there are no certificates on the system, the CLI displays the following message:
user@host> show security certificate No entity certificates in key store