I have 5 IP cameras that various people need access to while at work. These cameras do not need to be accessed remotely, only internally while on the company network. They are on their own subnet with rules blocking access to the internet and other subnets.
These are older cameras that only work in Edge Internet Explorer compatibly mode. To protect user logins, I want to enable HTTPS for the cameras (which is supported by cameras). However, when I enable this and generate a cert from the camera itself, I still get the cert error which I would expect. The problem is that when I export the cert from the camera, I am unable to import that cert into Windows so that Windows sees that cert as valid. Windows gives an error when I try to import. Says it is the wrong format.
I have been looking into generating my own self-signed cert and uploading it to the camera but that has been unsuccessful.
1. Is there anyway for the FortiGate to act as frontend for the camera handling the SSL cert? From the computer to the Fortigate? Like HAProxy on pfSense?
2. Can I use the FortiGate to generate a cert I could then upload to the camera? If so, how would I go about it?
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