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Dear Teltonika Team,

As per our client's requirement we have to add a public signed certificate to the router ssl web interface to access it from outside, but after looking a lot I couldn't find anything would you please inform me if it is possible to replace the Default Teltonika SSL certificate with a Third Party SSL certificate ?

Sincerely,
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P.S: I am using RUT955 .
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Did you resolved your issue?
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Yes, I had to use OPENSSL to generate a Key and CSR and then copying signed certificate it to /etc and changing the configuration of /etc/config/uhttpd  . The answers that were provided by you didn't help me at all.

Sincerely,

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by anonymous
Hi,

I'm not sure what you mean but:

- root  CA cert can be changed here: system -> Administration -> Root CA

- Login via SSH using RSA key: https://wiki.teltonika.lt/view/How_to_login_via_SSH_using_an_RSA_key%3F
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I have domain name that I would like to use it to access my router externally, but I would like to add the certificate that I got from Digicert for the HTTPS, how can I add this public signed certificate to the device.
by anonymous

Seems you are talking about Dynamic DNS, then: