I'm trying to create a CSR in Panorama in order to get a wildcard certificate from our third party CA.
In order platforms, I define as common name the format *.mydomain.com but in Palo Alto I'm getting an error: Failed to generate certificate and key.
When I change the common name to .mydomain.com it allows me to create the CSR.
I just wanted to touch base with you guys in order to know about your experience working with wildcards on Palo Alto Plattform.
Any response will be very appreciated.
Thanks for your feedback Raido,
Yes Sir, I'm choosing Signed by External Authority (CSR) and I'm still getting the same error. The error clears out when I change the Common name to .mydomain.com (removing the *).
For the Certificate Name I'm adding wildcard-mydomain-com.
Other thing I forgot to mention was that I'm choosing Algorithm Elliptic Curve DSA.
Yes, looks like there is something wrong. (Did you try the generation with another browser?, if you're using windows - as bad as this sounds - try it once with IE)
And while you talk about this with PA support ... you could simply use tools like openssl to generate the key and CSR for you.
Thank you very much everyone for your support, I left the Common Name as .mydomain.com and then on the CA directly you can indicate this is a wildcard certificate and they will prepend the * for you so the final result will be *.mydomain.com.
Then when I imported the signed certificate it was successful.
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