Sophos UTM – Lets Encrypt

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Lets Encrypt


I have written previously around my use of Sophos UTM within my homelab.   Now I know it’s not a perfect device and some diehard network engineers will say it doesn’t have a CLI. But for my lab, my requirements and my level of skill its a dam good device with SO many features.  It may not have a CLI but it does have an API which has been on my backlog to look into for a long time.

Version 9.6 has just been released and one of the features that has been added was the integration of let’s encrypt certificates. Here is a quick intro to get up and running with them.

Create a certificate

To get started first of we need to enable Lets Encrypt.  This is done in the advanced section of the Certificate Management console with a simple tickbox.

Once that’s been enabled its time to request some certificates.

Navigate to Webserver Protection > Certificate Management > Certificates.

Click on +New Certificate…  

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