Installing your SSL: Mirapoint

To install your SSL certificate, you will need to do the following:

Step 1: Install the Intermediate Certificate

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    Download the appropriate intermediate certificate and save as intermediate.crt on your server:

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    From the Admin screen on your web server select Security, Certificates, Intermediate CA Certificate. The screen shows you a list of any intermediate certificates you currently have installed, as well as allowing you to install a new intermediate certificate.

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    Select Browse and search for the intermediate certificate you have saved on your server, click OK, then Install.

Step 2: Install the SSL Certificate

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    Copy and paste your SSL certificate from the email and 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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    Select Browse and search for your SSL certificate you have just saved.

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    When you locate your SSL certificate 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 select which connections you would like 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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    Select which connections you would like to use SSL for using the check boxes, when you have made your selections click Apply.

Step 4: Selecting certificate interface

You can also select which interface you would like to use your SSL certificate for. If left 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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    Enter the Interface you would like to use the SSL certificate on, this can be a fully-qualified domain name (FQDN) or an IP address.

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