Generate a CSR (Certificate Signing Request) for my Google App Engine
Before you request a certificate, use the Google Cloud Shell to generate a Certificate Signing Request (CSR) for your Google App Engine on the Google Cloud Platform.
- Sign in to your Google Cloud Platform account at https://console.cloud.google.com.
- In the Navigation menu on the left, select App Engine.
- Click the Activate Cloud Shell icon at the top of your page.
- A new console window will appear at the bottom of your page.
- In the console, navigate to the directory on your server where certificate and key files are stored.
- Run the following command to generate your private key and certificate signing request:
openssl req -new -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes -keyout coolexample.com.key -out coolexample.com.csr
coolexample.comshould be replaced with your actual domain name.
|Country Name (2 letter code)||The two-letter International Organization for Standardization (ISO) format country code for where your organization is legally registered.|
|State or Province Name (full name)||Name of the state where your organization is located. Do not abbreviate.|
|Locality Name (eg, city)||Name of the city where your organization is registered/located. Do not abbreviate.|
|Organization Name (eg, company)||The legally-registered name for your business. If you're enrolling as an individual, enter the certificate requestor's name.|
|Organizational Unit Name (eg, section)||If applicable, enter your DBA (Doing Business As) name. It is not necessary to specify an organizational unit when generating a CSR.|
|Common Name (eg, your name or your server's hostname)||The fully-qualified domain name, or URL, you want to secure.
Note: If you're requesting a Wildcard certificate, add an asterisk (*) to the left of the common name where you want the wildcard, for example *.coolexample.com.
|Email Address||If applicable, specify an email address.|
|A challenge password||This should be left blank (simply hit enter).|
|An optional company name||This should be left blank (simply hit enter).|
.csrfiles now exist in your current directory.
coolexample.com.csrfile and copy its contents for the next step.
After you create a CSR, you'll need to request your certificate. How you request a certificate is dependent on the type of certificate you have:
|Standard Assurance SSL certificate||Request my SSL certificate|
|Deluxe or Extended Validation certificates||Request my SSL certificate|
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