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320 Points

Mon, Nov 6, 2017 2:44 PM

Self-signed certificate for Web Authentication portal (vSZ 3.5)

I would like to avoid a web browser invalid certificate warnings when I'm trying to authorize to wireless network through Web Auth portal. How can I correctly create and import self-signed certificate to my vSZ for Windows clients?

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1.8K Points

3 years ago

Are you using the build-in Captive Portal, or a 3.th. party portal?

Anyway: A self-signed certificate will allways generate a warning.You need a proper officially signed certificate to not trigger those warnings..

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3 years ago

I'm using build-in portal and AD authorization.

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1.8K Points

The hostname/IP of the portal needs a valid certificate.

PS: You can never remove the warning, if the client asks for a secure site, and get's another secure site.

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So, do I need to create and import valid certificate for each AP? The authorization portal  seems to be loaded from AP (it has APs IP)...

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Not sure, I never used the build-in portal on Ruckus systems (as be develop our own), but it seems strange that it's the AP's IP that shows... 

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196 Points

3 years ago

Hi, did You resolve this problem ?
I have the same issue ...

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3 years ago

Hi,
No, I didn't solve this problem. Support recommended me to buy the certificate, but finally I have resigned from Web Auth.

Dawid

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From my observation web auth portal is terminated on AP so it uses AP certificate and that causes error in browser ...

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3 years ago

The solution is that Hotspot (WISPr) internal should be used instead of Webauth Portal ...