I access via GUI from Chrome and observe that the connection is not secure.
I created the certificate for the firewall, but Chrome keeps saying that my connection is not secure.
How can I solve this problem if the AC I have is internal to the company?
Is there any way to generate certificates with AES-GCM?
in chrome, the following legend appears to me.
When creating SAN entries, you always put the common name as a SAN entry as well.
If you add the IP address as a SAN entry, make sure the type is IP Address (v4) instead of DNS name.
When I create certificates for devices like a PA, I do as shown below. The cert will be valid if you access with FQDN, short name or IP.
Common Name = devicename.domain.com
IP Address (v4) = IP Address
I was able to solve the issue by using below KB for adding SAN name in certificate
Generated Self-Signed certificate in PA,then in certificate attributes add hostname and IP same as management address.
Here hostname denotes as SAN name (Subject Alternative Name)
Attach certificate to TLS Profile and that TLS profile to SSL/TLS management interface to login in GUI via TLS1.1/2
Attached reference screenshot
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