Installing your SSL: Mirapoint

Installing your SSL: Mirapoint

To install your SSL certificate, follow the instructions described below:

Step 1: Install the Intermediate Certificate

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First, download the appropriate intermediate certificate from the list and then save it as intermediate.crt on your server:

DomainSSL:

http://www.globalsign.com/support/root-domainssl.html

OrganisationSSL:

http://www.globalsign.com/support/root-organizationssl.html

ExtendedSSL:

http://www.globalsign.com/support/root-extendedssl.html

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Next, select Security, Certificates, Intermediate CA Certificate from the Admin screen on your web server. The screen will show you a list with the intermediate certificates you currently have installed. Also, it allows you to install a new intermediate certificate.

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Now select Browse so you locate the intermediate certificate you have saved on your server. Next click OK and then click Install.



Step 2: Install the SSL Certificate

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Copy and paste your SSL certificate from the body of the email you received and then save it locally as a .crt file e.g. ssl_cert.crt

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From the Admin screen on your web server, select Security, Certificates.

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Click Browse to locate the SSL certificate you have just saved.

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Next, click OK.

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Finally, select the Install button; this will install the certificate on to your web server.



Step 3: Selecting Connections for SSL

You can choose which connections you wish to use an SSL connection for. This is done via the SSL screen in the Security menu:

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Select Security, then SSL.

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Choose which connections you would like to use SSL for using the check boxes. Click Apply after you have made your selections.



Step 4: Selecting certificate interface

You can also choose the interface that you want to use your SSL certificate for. If you leave this blank, the certificate will operate on the primary system interface.

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From the Admin screen select Security, Certificates, Interfaces .

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Next, enter the Interface you want to use the SSL certificate on; this can be a fully-qualified domain name (FQDN) or an IP address.

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Finally, click Set after you have entered the FQDN or IP address.