Yes I have, however I used a Linux host as the Root CA. I followed Michael Hilton's video here. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lJRCSLicw7Y&t=145s


I did the same & alls well now.


I set it all up in eve and then commited the images so I never have to reset up certs or licenses again. This way I have a base topology to work with.


Great idea, thanks!


I was planning to follow Rob Riker and Terry Vinson's playlists for SDWAN to create a lab. Haven't started yet but maybe these could help. [https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxyr0C\_3Ton1mWNeKEnDtIgqZS\_fQKQyL](https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLxyr0C_3Ton1mWNeKEnDtIgqZS_fQKQyL) [https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlJgzlAyjsjN0GsCO4stD4oh0-zN4NjTZ](https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlJgzlAyjsjN0GsCO4stD4oh0-zN4NjTZ) ​ Edit: grammar


I used either the vBond or vManage as Root CA, I use the Linux part to sign the CSRs. Feel free to ask


Got it sorted, thx!


I’ve been using the ole copy paste method in vshell vi.


That was my next step after the Linux based approach which wound up working


I’ve spent parts of the weekend doing this. If you are still stuck I’ll share the videos I used and scripts for creating the certs this part was the easy bit. I too want to learn this but every time I get the lab up I struggle with the templates etc and making use of the platform. DM me if you want


I gave up half way through trying to find the right images for everything. We have it running in production. it was mostly cake to stand it up except for a few of the new features in 17.6.1a on the c8300s. the version of vmanage and ios are way behind whats available now. we arent using the vedges. i think the labs are a bit out of date as well.