Recently imported a SSL certificate (*.domain.tld) to a SG300 Switch. Worked fine, certificates shows up with the correct name in the SSL Server Key Table (Security - SSL Server - SSL Server Authentication Settings).
But when i enter the URL https://switchname.domain.tld in the browser the switch rewrites it to https://IP-address-of-switch and the browser shows a (correct) certificate warning. With this behaviour it makes no sense to import named certificates.
Does anybody knows a solution to this problem/wrong behaviour of the switchs internal webserver?
My name is Anton and I am part of the Cisco SMB Support!
From your description I conclude that you have successfully configured certificate on the switch which is a self-signed certificate. Since it is not issued by trusted CA browser will treat it as non trusted and will issue this warning message. I can recommend two options:
1. To generate Certificate Request ( CSR ) to a trusted CA which usually costs some expenses.
2. Try to export the self-signed certificate you have created and include in the browser trusted certificates which hopefully will bypass the SSL certificate warning.
Anton Gekov Technical Consulting Engineer – Level 1 Global CX Centers – Small Business Support
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