All the security certificates that the controller uses for its web interface, AP portal, and hotspots are managed from a central storage.

By default, a Ruckus-signed SSL certificate (or security certificate) exists in the controller. However, because this default certificate is signed by Ruckus and is not recognized by most web browsers, a security warning appears whenever you connect to the web interface or users connect to the AP portal or a hotspot. To prevent these security warnings from appearing, you can import an SSL certificate that is issued by a recognized certificate authority.

If you are implementing Hotspot 2.0 on the network and you want to support anonymous authentication using OSU Server-Only Authenticated L2 Encryption Network (OSEN), you will need to import a trust root certificate, server or intermediate certificate and private key.