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How can I upload an SSL certificate from Godaddy to my Barracuda Spam and Virus Firewall?

  • Type: Knowledgebase
  • Date changed: one year ago

Solution #00004577

Scope:
This solution applies to Barracuda Spam and Virus Firewall 3.5.x and 4.x.

Answer:
To upload an SSL certificate from Godaddy to your Email Security Gateway, follow the appropriate firmware version instructions below:

                                                                                            

Firmware version 3.5.x and below:

  1. On the web interface, navigate to Advanced > Secure Administration and fill in the required fields for generating a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) under the Certificate Generation header. Once the CSR is generated and submitted to Godaddy, they will send back a signed certificate and an intermediate certificate chain bundle both with a .crt file extension.
  2. Download the private key under Advanced > Secure Administration on the Barracuda appliance web interface.
  3. Add the intermediate certificate bundle to the end of the signed certificate and save it as one file with a .crt file extension.
  4. Proceed to upload the combined signed certificate and intermediate certificate bundle, and the private key under the Trusted Certificate header. Once you have browsed the files in the appropriate fields, click Upload Now.
  5. Change the Certificate Type under SSL Certificate Configuration to be Trusted (Signed by a trusted CA).
  6. Click Save Changes.

 

Firmware Version 4.x and above:

  1. On the web interface, navigate to Advanced > Secure Administration.
  2. To generate the CSR under SSL Certificate Configuration > Certificate Type:
    Select Private for the certificate type and fill in the required fields under Private (Self-signed) section.
  3. Download the private key under Advanced > Secure Administration on the Barracuda appliance web interface.
  4. After receiving the signed certificate:
    • Add the intermediate certificate bundle to the end of the signed certificate and save it as one file with a .crt file extension
    • Under Certificate Configuration > Certificate Type select: Trusted (signed by a trusted CA) and upload the signed certificate and the private key under Trusted (signed by a trusted CA) section.
  5. Click Save Changes.

Additional Notes:
See related solution: Solution: #00004150 ? What SSL certificate formats are compatible with my Barracuda Networks product?

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