Certificates for the Dlink DFL-1100Router Sceenshot

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D-Link DFL-1100 - Manage Certificates Manage Certificates In order to do certificate-based authentication, first of all, you need to be able to identify yourself using a certificate to which you have the private key. You also need: Copies of self-signed certificates of known peers, and/or One or more Certificate Authority certificates, and lists of identities that they have signed. These aspects can all be configured through the below lists: Local identities (certificates to which you have the private key) Name Subject Expires Issuer [ Add new ] Certificates of remote peers Name Subject Expires Issuer [ Add new ] Certificate Authorities Name Subject Expires Issuer [ Add new ] Identities (lists of names signed by CAs) List name Members [ Add new ]          
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