I think you can do this if you upload your certificate and key to ACM in AWS, and then use
the ACM ARN for your uploaded certificate as the certificate for the ALB.
You do need to generate the CSR separately indeed.
On 25 Oct 2018, at 19:10, Peter Tselios via FreeIPA-users
I want to create an AWS Load Balancer that will use HTTPS end to end.
I want to use my FreeIPA to generate the certificates for the instances and for the ALB.
1. Is it possible to issue a certificate from FreeIPA for the AWS ALB since the later
will not be a FreeIPA client?
If so, how?
2. If I cannot issue a certificate from the FreeIPA, what alternatives do I have?
Generate a CSR from any linux box and just sign it?
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