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Do any one has Cisco ASA certification study guide. No dumps please.
Proper study material.....
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enerate a self-signed SSL Certificate for Cisco ASA 5505

Heres a quick guide on how you can generate a self-signed SSL Certificate for your Cisco ASA 5505

If you do not currently own a Certificate, you may create yourself a self-signed certificate for use with SSL-VPN. The problem is if you run the SSL-VPN wizard and configure your ASA for Anyconnect or SSL-VPN via web-browser, the ASA only creates a temporarily certificate for use. If your ASA is rebooted even though you have saved all settings, the ASA will generate a new certificate.

Normally this will not be a problem, but if you use the SSL-VPN with Citrix published applications, youll have to install the the certificate to Trusted Root Certificate Authorities each time the ASA has generate a new certificate during reboot

 

Do the following to create a self-signed certificate for you ASA:

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    corpasa(config)#crypto key generate rsa label sslvpnkey
    corpasa(config)#crypto ca trustpoint localtrust
    corpasa(config-ca-trustpoint)#enrollment self
    corpasa(config-ca-trustpoint)#fqdn sslvpn. mycompany.com
    corpasa(config-ca-trustpoint)#subject-name CN=sslvpn.mycompany.com
    corpasa(config-ca-trustpoint)#keypair sslvpnkey
    corpasa(config-ca-trustpoint)#crypto ca enroll localtrust noconfirm
    corpasa(config)# ssl trust-point localtrust outside
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this is not the thing i asked for
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thanks ikalmar......

is there any particular ebook for this
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Hi,

I think the cco pages are enough for you!

Best regards,
Istvan
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i dont have the cco login thats the reasoon
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Hi,

But that pages reachable without cco login!

Best regards,
Istvan
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HI,,
Do you want to make configuration, or do you want to be a cisco ASA specialist?
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cisco ASA specialist
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ooo, i've read the cco from ASA specialist, i think you find enough information about it in the cco, please register!

Best Regards,
Istvan
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if u have that pdf is it possible to share
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noway, you able to directly to view all info what you need on th CCO!!!
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ok
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HI, any good news?::)
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not finding the reading material
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