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SSL Cert for ASA

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I am buying a SSL Cert for an ASA Device, enom, the provider is asking for the webserver type

I found some document saying Tomcat and other Netscape

What is the correct type? or simply "Other" will do?

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Cisco ASA 5500 - Using a Third Party Digital Certificate

I've put a hyperlink on that page to what you need :)

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For ASAs you'd put 'Other'.. but out of curiosity, what exactly will be the use of this certificate? VPN? HTTPS Access?
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AnyConnect VPN Access
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