Post by alexdavidson on Oct 2, 2007 18:09:53 GMT 7
Version 2 firmware fixes quite a few things, it seems. Active Directory integration certainly seems more robust now, and the email notification actually works, ie. the 'from' field is set correctly, so the message doesn't get rejected out of hand as spam by email servers. I don't have any use for iSCSI at present (and I won't, except with genuine SCSI devices...) but I might play with it.
- using SSL to manage server view web gui - updated from v 1.x of firmware to version 2.0.x verions of firmware. - file uploaded - gui asked it I wanted to update 'OK' - responded that update completed - rebooted system.
NOW.... it tells me there cert is in use by some other authority.. and now it refuses to let me connect to the machine. WTF is this!?!?
If you decided to upgrade by VERY careful. Maybe you should turn off SSL required on the web gui before you attempt it. So far.. I'm locked out of the server.. it's gone from bad to worthless in 5 min. What a flaky piece of hardware.
So far I'm quite unimpressed with this thing.
Anyone use SSL and successfully install the firmware update?
Frustrated does not even come close to what I'm feeling right now. And the d**n machine is mounted in my colo across town. I'm really looking forward to going over there to reset the machine, loose all my user settings, network config etc.
Besides going Office Space on this machine, any helpful suggestions?
This is the message I get:
You have received an invalid certificate. Please contact the server administrator or email correspondent and give them the following information:
Your certificate contains the same serial number as another certificate issued by the certificate authority. Please get a new certificate containing a unique serial number.
Of course the machine simple refused to answer on port 80 (http://)
phishkiller, I had that same problem when I upgraded. If you are using Firefox just go into your preferences, advanced, encryption, view certificates, and delete the old certificate. Then refresh the page and it will ask you about the new one, accept it permanently or for the session and you can then log in.
But yes, when I upgraded to 2.00.03 I made sure to allow HTTP and HTTPS