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  Reply # 2004314 28-Apr-2018 22:21
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Does this router support logging in over HTTPS?


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  Reply # 2004315 28-Apr-2018 22:25
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Kol12:

 

Does this router support logging in over HTTPS?

 

logging?

 

 

 

do you mean syslog or logging into the interface...

 

in both cases it's a no but anyway...





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  Reply # 2004317 28-Apr-2018 22:33
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hio77:

 

Kol12:

 

Does this router support logging in over HTTPS?

 

logging?

 

 

 

do you mean syslog or logging into the interface...

 

in both cases it's a no but anyway...

 

 

No I meant logging into the router page as https:// vs Not Secure...


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  Reply # 2004318 28-Apr-2018 22:36
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Kol12:

 

hio77:

 

Kol12:

 

Does this router support logging in over HTTPS?

 

logging?

 

 

 

do you mean syslog or logging into the interface...

 

in both cases it's a no but anyway...

 

 

No I meant logging into the router page as https:// vs Not Secure...

 

 

very few consumer routers are ssl.

 

 

 

saves hassle of dealing with certs etc.





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  Reply # 2004320 28-Apr-2018 22:49
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hio77:

 

 

 

very few consumer routers are ssl.

 

 

 

saves hassle of dealing with certs etc.

 

 

 

 

Interesting. Thanks.


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  Reply # 2004321 28-Apr-2018 22:52
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Kol12:

 

Interesting. Thanks.

 

 

think about the support overhead when a cert all of a sudden expires, customer uses direct ip rather than the domain... or even, It's selfsigned.

 

 

 

All these are major red flags in most browsers.

 

Annoyingly, certain browsers such as Oprea.... also moan about non secure sites too.





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  Reply # 2004348 29-Apr-2018 04:34
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Kol12:

 

hio77:

 

 

 

very few consumer routers are ssl.

 

 

 

saves hassle of dealing with certs etc.

 

 

 

 

Interesting. Thanks.

 

It's a pain but at least with Firefox you can add an exception pretty easily. Not sure on Chrome.


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