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Are there two separate certs? There's the root cert that's usually pre-installed, or you can use a separate CA to install your own cert on the Edge routers manually. When I see device cert in the CVD guide it refers to the mode the cert is in - staging, valid, or invalid.
From the Onboarding Edge Device CVD:
- Physical WAN Edge devices have either a Symantec/DigiCert or Cisco PKI root certificate pre-installed during the device manufacturing.
- You can also install anenterprise root CA certificates.
- ASR1002-Xs and virtual WAN Edge devices do not have root certificates preinstalled and need a one time password.
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