client certificate authentication with non-wildcard cert in FileZilla Server

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client certificate authentication with non-wildcard cert in FileZilla Server

#1 Post by ronjeremy » 2020-11-04 17:33

Wondering if anyone has any experience setting up ftps with client certificate authentication with non-wildcard cert in FileZilla Server?

Need a specific cert for each “customer” but I do not see anywhere in FileZilla Server where this gets configured.

This is the description:

FTPS Secure Socket Layer (SSL) Certificate – A minimum of one signed registered FTPS SSL certificate for each SMT Account will be required to interface with an SMT Entity Account. An unsigned FTPS SSL certificate may be used for the sole purposes of testing. The signed certificate for production use must match your Entity domain name. For IT Vendors providing IT services on behalf of Retail Electric Providers or Competitive Service Providers, integration will require a separate unique SSL certificate for each Entity that you represent. The domain name on the certificate must match your Entity name and the subdomain must match the Retail Electric Provider or Competitive Service Provider Entity name for which you representing and accessing data.

I have googled a bit but wondered if anyone could help me fast track this.

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Re: client certificate authentication with non-wildcard cert in FileZilla Server

#2 Post by boco » 2020-11-04 19:52

Client certificates are not supported.
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