Running the latest firmware on a 80f and when I try and generate a cert using let's encrypt it works but give me a STAGING cert. I have another Fortigate (60f) that I setup like 2 weeks ago and it generates a normal one. I tried downloading the CA cert from that one and importing it in on the one that is STAGING and removing the STAGING ACME certs and it doesn't work. I still generates a STAGING cert. I know that you can specify the STAGING Cert to verify everything works before you setup a geniune one but I don't need that. Does anyone know the command to specify the cert?
Still haven't figured it out. Luckily there was not a need for me to get this working for the client. I realized that it needs to be addressed. The simple fact that there are other people that are experiencing the same things is comforting to know that I am not the only one. I wish there was a fix. Might have to submit a ticket to get it looked at and possibly a bug report. Has anyone ever had to submit a bug to FortiNet before?
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