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Posted on 2016-10-10
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Hi Expert,

We are renewing certification in F5. We need to do the below Step one and Step two. My question is: do we need to do Step Two? I think

Step One is to import certification and Step two is to activate it, am I right? Thank you



Step One:
System  ››  File Management : SSL Certificate List  ››  ABC-2016-Cert >>>import >> Choose File >>>select the Cert in your PC >>import .

Step Two:
Local Traffic  ››  Profiles : SSL : Client >>> click ABC-2016-Cert >>> change Configuration to be Advanced go to Certificate >>chain >>>> choose ABC-2016_Cert  >>update .
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Hi,
You have to do both to make use of the new certificate.
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I believe this can be closed as enough information provided.
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