07-07-2021 01:16 PM
Good afternoon, I am trying to configure DynDNS on the Palo Alto machine.
In the steps it talks about using a certification profile, and in the Palo Alto instructions, it talks about importing the SSL certificate from the DDNS provider. My question is how and from where do I get the certificate, I consulted with the provider and they do not understand what certificate they are talking about and tell me that they do not sell certificates. From where do I get and import that certificate that I have to configure.
Thank you very much
Select or create a new certificate profile (Certificate Profile) using the imported SSL certificate from the DDNS service to verify the SSL certificate of the DDNS service when the firewall first connects to a DDNS service to register an IP address and at every update. When the firewall connects to the DDNS service to send updates, the DDNS service presents the firewall with an SSL certificate signed by the certificate authority (CA) so that the firewall can authenticate the DDNS service.
DDNS Service: account.dyn.com
07-07-2021 02:30 PM
I found this older thread that may help you out.
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