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What is the function of the self-identity command used for IPsec negotiation using digital certificates? Reply
What is the function of the self-identity command used for IPsec negotiation using digital certificates?
4945 1 2017-5-4 20:02:51
What is the function of the self-identity command used for IPsec negotiation using digital certificates?

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0 2017-5-4 20:03:23 View all replies
The Ruijie(config)#self-identity address | fqdn |user-fqdn identity | dn command identifies the local end. The command has the following parameters:
       address:specifies the main IP address of the local interface that initiates negotiation.
       fqdn:specifies the local identity as a domain name.
       user-fqdn:specifies the local identity in the form of user@domain name.
       dn:specifies the DN value of the certificate.

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