Trusting PIX 501 certificate

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Tim Mavers, Mar 9, 2005.

  1. Tim Mavers

    Tim Mavers Guest

    I frequently use the PIX's PDM through the browser, and it always tells me
    that I am not trusting the issuer of the certificate. WHen I view the
    details of the warning, it says the issuser is:

    firewall.mycompany.com (firewall is the hostname I configured for the PIX
    and mycompany.com is the domain I also configured).

    Is there a way to add this to IE6 or Firefox so I don't get that warning?
    It's no big deal I guess, but it would be nice to get rid of it (and maybe
    learn something along the way).

    THe only way I have found in IE to trust an issuer is to import a cert. Are
    there ways of trusting certs from a host? THis is all internal so I don't
    have to worry about certs coming in from outside hosts.

    Thanks,
    Tim Mavers, Mar 9, 2005
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