You can upload third-party certificates to the SSL Certificates Service console for centralized management.
In the SSL Certificates Service console, you can upload only the PEM-encoded CA certificate files and private key files. If your CA certificate files or private key files are not PEM-encoded, convert them to PEM-encoded files before you upload the files. The CA certificate files support the PEM and CRT formats. The private key files support the KEY format. For more information about how to convert files, see Certificate format conversion.
- Log on to the SSL Certificates Service console.
- On the SSL Certificates page, click Upload Certificate above the certificate list.
- In the Upload Certificate dialog box, specify the following parameters.
Parameter Description Certificate Name Enter a name for the certificate that you want to upload.
The name can contain letters, digits, underscores (_), and hyphens (-).
Certificate File Enter the content of the CA certificate file that is encoded in the PEM format.You can copy the content from your PEM or CRT file to this field.Note We recommend that you use a text editor, such as Notepad or Notepad++, to open your CA certificate file and private key file. Certificate Key Enter the content of the private key file that is encoded in the PEM format.You can copy the content from your KEY file to this field.Note We recommend that you use a text editor, such as Notepad or Notepad++, to open your CA certificate file and private key file.
- Click OK. After the certificate is uploaded, you can click the number in the Upload Certificate section on the SSL Certificates page to view the uploaded certificate.