Certificate Error: Submitted Private Key Does Not Match The Submitted Certifcate
dma_pf last edited by
I keep getting an error installing a certificate in System/Certificate Manager/CAs on a brand new SG-1000. The error says:
_**The following input errors were detected:
The submitted private key does not match the submitted certificate data.**_
I have used the same exact certificate on a SG-2220 that I have and have not had any issues with it installing.
Here are the details of what I did.
I am using IVPN as our vpn provider. I am following along with IVPN's instructions on configuring pfsense which are located here: https://www.ivpn.net/setup/router-pfsense.html
I have gotten to Step 2 in the "Create the IVPN Client" section where I need to install the certificate in System/Certificate Manager/CAs on the SG-1000. I am pasting the following certificate from IVPN's .ovpn config file into the "Certificate Data" box and selecting "Import An Existing Certificate Authority: as the Method:
I have confirmed that when I am cutting and pasting the above there are no spaces, in the above block, or before, or after the block. I have also confirmed that the above certificate is identical to the certificate I have installed on our SG-2220 which installed perfectly the first time.
Any help figuring this out is greatly appreciated.
doktornotor Banned last edited by
Are you on a current snapshot? There was a bug fixed several days ago that was preventing a CA from being imported without a key. It's fixed now, but you have to update to get the fix.