On Tue, 2004-02-24 at 07:36, Barry Murphy wrote:
> Is it possible to enable both http and https for debug purposes. The
> last time I loaded a cert into m0n0wall it didn't boot up, this ment I
> had to go to the customers site, climb in the roof, pull it down, take
> it home and reconfigure the LAN IP, then put it back.
> It would be nice if you could turn on https and have http as a failsafe.
That would kind of make the https access method useless - you can get
around it by using the insecure http protocol.
> I'm a bit scared of putting my signed (cacert.org) cert into m0n0wall
Try it on a test box first.
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