A self-signed certificate, "example.cer", is generated by this command.
The procedure provided in this document is intended as a sample. Note that creating an SSL Certificate is out of Cisco's support range, and that it needs to be created at the customer's own responsibility.
The self-signed certificate created based on the procedure provided in this document can be used for testing purposes in a closed network, or for applications within the internal LAN environment. If more advanced security is required, the Certificate Authority services such as VeriSign must be used.
For the procedure of installing a certificate in your product, please see the product manual. A self-signed
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