When importing a certificate to the tester, the certificate must meet with the following requirements:
NOTE: LinkRunner G2 uses “expired” certificates without checking the date.
Supported certificate file types:
It is the most common format that Certificate Authorities issue certificates. It contains the ‘—–BEGIN CERTIFICATE—–” and “—–END CERTIFICATE—–” statements. Governed by RFCs, defined in RFC's 1421 through 1424. PEM is the most common format.
Sometimes the private key is provided in a separate file. AirCheck Manager Software does not have a mechanism to combine the private key with the client certificate. You may be able to simply concatenate the text of the private key onto the client certificate in a text editor.
Initially defined by RSA in the Public-Key Cryptography Standards, the "12" variant enhanced by Microsoft. If you want to store both the public and private key in an encrypted form, then you should use the (.pfx. pkcs12.p12) formats.
If you comply with the requirements above and are still experiencing issues; please review the list of potential issues below.
Most Common issues