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webRTC - SSL Error

Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by Bankstone, Dec 22, 2015.

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  1. Bankstone

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    Great addon for the system
    However getting invalid SSL Certificate when connecting
    If I click Yes/Agree then it goes on as normal
    and works perfectly

    But would like to remove the request / Invalid SSL certificate
    How do I add this Change / this

    Also is there a way to rebrand the front end
    I would like to add the logo / CSS of the customer

    Many Thanks
     
  2. complex1

    complex1 Active Member

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    Hi,

    This is a normal behavior if you are using a self-signed certificate. If you want to get rid of this invalid message you have to buy a certificate and add this during the installation of 3CX Phone System.

    As far as I knows is this not possible.
     
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    craigreilly Well-Known Member

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    Nick Galea recently posted this in the ideas forum in response to a customer/user request:

     
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  4. Bankstone

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    Many thanks for your response
    It was not made clear during install about the SSL Certificate for WebRTC
    How do you do this post installation

    Many Thanks



     
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    complex1 Active Member

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    Please read step 15 and 16.
    http://www.3cx.com/docs/installing-3cx/#h.7lgcpd5rel6n

    This is not possible.
    You have to uninstall / install 3CX and during installation add a certified certificate. (dont forget to make a backup before uninstalling)

    Probleem is: A lot of web browsers (maybe all) do not accept self-signed certificates. Thats why you get this warning message.
     
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    Thanks for your help

    You must be able to do this post installation
    You can do it in IIS at any point and with multiple SSL Certs,
    so I would think that you can add / remove change in Abyss

    You would need to renew the SSL Cert (ie per year) or Change the FQDN or IP
    and therefore you would have to amend / Add the SSL Cert in Abyss
    How do you do this, If you cant then all the users that have installed
    in a years time it will stop working !, someone must have thought of this surely.


    So does anyone know how to do this, would appreciate it.

    BTW Why cant you run this without SSL not https?




    "How do you do this post installation
    This is not possible.
    You have to uninstall / install 3CX and during installation add a certified certificate. (dont forget to make a backup before uninstalling)

    Probleem is: A lot of web browsers (maybe all) do not accept self-signed certificates. Thats why you get this warning message."
     
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    Exactly this is happening to me right now.
    I would like to manage certificates and i cant find any option.
     
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