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#286001 30-May-2021 11:30
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Kia ora folks.


I only see this cert issue when I access the 2degrees website from my 2 degrees UFB connection. I.e. from Skinny 4G the correct certificate is presented. I remember seeing this issue some time ago but thought it must be something funny going on and ignored it. But now I'm curious. Surely it must be me who has something misconfigured rather 2degres struggling with the basics of certificate management? The attachment will explain what I'm going on about...







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  #2715460 30-May-2021 11:44
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Just you - I can't replicate it myself.

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  #2715470 30-May-2021 12:04
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Shows me in the cert when visiting that same address. Tried clearing your cache etc?


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  #2715487 30-May-2021 13:37
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Thanks guys. Looks to be a DNS 'issue':





Not sure why I had my firewall configured to forward to that DNS server? What is ( and why does it have an incorrect authoritative or cached entry for 


Updated the DNS servers my FW forwards to and all ok. 






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  #2715530 30-May-2021 15:06
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nzcomms was a tempoary name for 2degrees before they launched--so it will be 2degrees itself. Must be an old equipment if it's still using the nzcomms name.

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