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Install a certificate on Kemp

Install the intermediate certificates

First, you will need to install the intermediate certificates. Connect to the administration panel, then go to the category Certificates & Security. Click Add New then Add Intermediate.

Then, select the intermediate certificate to import from your certificate chain, and click Add Certificate. Repeat for each intermediate certificate provided.

Install the certificate

Go to the category Certificates & Security. Click Add New then Add certificate.

Option 1: Import the base64 encoded certificate and private key

Select the certificate file via the browse button associated with Certificate File. You need to upload the certificate fileĀ (.cer/.crt) that is available on your certificate status page.

Specify the private key generated with the CSR and upload it via the browse button associated with Key File. If you have used Keybot to generate your private key, it is encrypted. Type its passphrase in the Pass Phrase box.

Then, input a unique identifier in Certificate Identifier then click Save.

Option 2: Import a PKCS#12 file (.p12 ou .pfx)

Select your PKCS#12 file via the browse button associated with Certificate File.

Specify your passphrase in the Pass Phrase box, then a unique identifier for the certificate in the Certificate Identifier box, then click Save.

Enable the certificate

Now that your certificate has been installed, you will need to select it from the category Virtual Services. You can then create or edit a virtual service. The section SSL Properties will allow you to select your certificate.

Please note that the SSL Properties section also allows choosing the protocolesĀ (we recommend to only enable TLS 1.0 to 1.3), and the ciphers.

If you want to use multiple certificate on the same port and IP, you will to check Require SNI hostname.

Export the certificate

If you want to export your certificate, go to the Certificates & Security category, then Backup/Restore Certs. You will then be able to export your certificate.

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