This document talks about generating a certificate signing request (CSR) with 2048 bit key for certificate creation on NAC Guest Server.
Now a days most of the third party Certificate Signing Authorities issue certificates with minimum 2048 bit key. This is true for all the major CAs across globe. So we are concerned with how to generate a certificate signing request on a NAC Guest Server with 2048 bit key, which can be submitted to the third party CA.
Login to the NAC Guest Server through SSH and follow these steps:
1. Create a 2048 bit key and a temporary certificate by issuing the following command:
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