After the client certificate reaches its maximum expiration date, will it be deleted or automatically replaced by the system? Because the client certificate is hard-coded, when the certificate is replaced it will cause irreparable damage, I have to be cautious. My question is whether I can continue to use the original expired certificate on the client after the certificate expires to continue to pass the authentication?
By the way, I would like the admin to help me remove the last topic about HTTP/3, although it still has problems, but I have changed the solution. And I forgot to hide my domain, thanks~
Do you mean the authenticated_origin_pull_ca.pem for Authenticated Origin Pulls?
If so, that’s a great question. (Although I think the terminology is a bit off, it’s not a client certificate, it’s a CA certificate for the internal CA that Cloudflare uses to sign its client certificates)
Seems like it expires November 1, 2029?
Or are you talking about something else?
Sorry, I think I may not have described the dog clearly。It is located in url https://dash.cloudflare.com/【your_id】/【your_domain】/ssl-tls/client-certificates 。I’m using mTLS to force my clients to provide certificates for two-way authentication
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