i am using a wild card certificate for global protect. when i tried to connect global protect agent. i am facing the below issue:-
I have imported the wild card certificate that is sign by digicert.
firstly i have imported trusted root CA.
Then intermediate CA.
After that the server chain certificate.
I have used root CA and intermediate CA in a local trusted root certificate store.
And the server certificate we are using in SSL/TLS profile.
PAN-OS version - 8.1.11
GP version - 5.1.0
I have just a question:-
is there any limitation for a subdomain in the wild card certificate?
example:- i am using the domain "abc.vpn.contoso.com.uk"
Appreciate your response.
Hmmmm... seems a bit odd that you are offered a gateway in the first place. I assume you had no certificate error for the portal... do you get an error if you browse https to your portal?
The CN on the cert is *.contoso.com.uk. and the gateway URL is *.abc.vpn.contoso.com.uk. as per your suggestion would i need to change the common of the certificate like *.vpn.contoso.co.uk?
Let's say the url is 1.abc.vpn.contoso.co.uk, then you would need a wildcard for *.abc.vpn.contoso.co.uk.
*.vpn.contoso.co.uk would not work for 1.abc.vpn.contoso.co.uk
The * only functions at one level.
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