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Im looking to setup SSL anyconnect on a ASA5510. Can I use a wildcard certificate for this? If so what format does it need to be in?
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I currently have .pfx format that was exported from IIS
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Yes, you should be able to use your exported certificate.
By default Microsoft’s .pfx file will be DER encoded.You will need to use OpenSSL to convert to PEM encoding.
You can download openssl for Windows at:

http://www.slproweb.com/products/Win32OpenSSL.html

The openssl command to convert the encoding is:

openssl pkcs12 -in filename.pfx -out filename.pem

You will be prompted for the import password which is the password you specified when you exported from IIS. You will then be prompted for a PEM passphrase. It can be anything you choose as long as it’s 4 or more characters. You will need it when you import to the ASA5510.

Now that you have a file in the proper format that contains both public and private keys you can import into the ASA5510. I don’t know if this can be done from the GUI or not. But you can do it from the command line.

The command is:

SA(config)#   crypto ca import <trust-point-name> filename.pem <passphrase>
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