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How to create CSR in Juniper AS2500 VPN appliance?

This is using Juniper AS2500 VPN appliance. I want to have a new SSL certificate with verisign. so I have create a CSR. How to create it in this appliance? I can't access by command...
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I can't access by command...

If you have access to the console then just following these instructions from this source http://www.juniper.net/techpubs/en_US/sa7.1/topics/task/operational/secure-access-certificates-signing-request-creating.html:

To create a certificate signing request:

1. In the admin console, choose System > Configuration > Certificates > Device Certificates.
2. Click New CSR.
3. Enter the required information and click Create CSR.
4. Follow the instructions on-screen, which explain what information to send to the CA and how to send it.
5. When you receive the signed certificate from the CA, import the certificate file using the instructions that follow.

To import a signed device certificate created from a CSR:

1. In the admin console, choose System > Configuration > Certificates > Device Certificates.
2. Under Certificate Signing Requests, click the Pending CSR link that corresponds to the signed certificate.
3. Under Import signed certificate, browse to the certificate file you received from the CA and then click Import.
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