1. Click Security and then go to Key Pairs.
  2. Click + Add Key Pair.
  3. In the Alias field, enter an internal alias for the key pair.
  4. In the Common Name field, enter the common name identifying the certificate.
  5. Optional: If the key pair is going to be used for incoming requests on multiple hosts or multiple IP addresses, enter additional Subject Alternative Names to meet those requirements.
  6. In the Organization field, enter the organization or company name creating the certificate.
  7. Optional: In the Organization Unit field, enter the unit within the organization.
  8. Optional: In the City field, enter the city or primary location where the organization operates.
  9. Optional: In the State field, enter the state or political unit where the organization operates.
  10. In the Country field, enter the country where the organization operates.
  11. In the Valid Days field, enter the number of days that the certificate is valid.
  12. Optional: From the Selected HSM list, select a hardware security module in which to store the key pair.
  13. In the Key Algorithm section, select an algorithm.
    1. From the Key Size list, select the number of bits in the key.
    2. From the Signature Algorithm list, select the signature algorithm to use for the key.
  14. Click Save.