1. From the ciscoasa(config)# line, enter the following text:

    crypto ca authenticate my.digicert.trustpoint

    Where my.digicert.trustpoint is the name of trustpoint created when your certificate request was generated.

  2. Next, enter the entire body of the DigiCertCA.crt file followed by the word “quit” on a line by itself (the DigiCertCA.crt file can be opened and edited with a standard text editor, and the entire body of that file should be entered when prompted).
  3. When asked to accept the certificate, enter “yes”.
  4. When the certificate has been successfully imported, enter “exit”.

    Your Intermediate (or chain) certificate file is now installed. You will now need to install the your_domainname_com.crt file.

  5. From the ciscoasa(config)# line, enter the following text:

    crypto ca import my.digicert.trustpoint certificate

    Where my.digicert.trustpoint is the name of trustpoint created when your certificate request was generated.

  6. Next, enter the entire body of the your_domainname_com.crt file followed by the word “quit” on a line by itself (the your_domainname_com.crt file can be opened and edited with a standard text editor, and the entire body of that file should be entered when prompted).

    You should then receive a message that the certificate was successfully imported.

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