(I actually have the 48 port model but that wasn't in the drop down list.)
I ran into a problem when trying to get a legitimate (as opposed to self-signed) CA certificate. The CSR that this switch generates is 1024 bit and my CA issuer requires 2048 bits minimum. I would like to request a larger range available for CSR generation so that I can get a good CA certificate for the switch. This could be easily done with a drop down giving the user a choice between 1024, 2048, 4096 etc bits to use in the private key and CSR thusly generated.
I have witnessed other infrastructure become slowly more difficult to access because modern browsers are demanding more stringent standards for the certificates they recognize; I have some PDU's that I literally have to run 2006-era Firefox browsers to get into these days. I don't want to have to deal with this in the future with the switches. If these switches are to be primarily accessed via a web browser without some kind of ssh option, direct console access, or other secure alternative, this seems like an important issue. Browsers are increasingly rejecting self-signed certificates as well.
Here's a link to my original question about this issue:
Thank you for your consideration to this idea/request.
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Enable support for mirroring multiple VLAN's to a single port. Support for this feature would allow monitoring of select traffic and exclusion for others. This would also support monitoring of virtual infrastructure by allowing the guest VLAN to be monitored and allowing the host/management VLAN to be excluded. Port based mirroring does not support that in the same way.
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