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I'm running a vpn-network with several rv042. Some are V1, some are V2.
The latest firmware for V1 shows a request in the browser about some suspicious website-certificate. Seems like my browsers don't know how to get the full chain of the certificat. While V3 allways brings up the requester, the previous V1 did not.
As this stupid requester messes up some existing maagement tools, I'd like to know:
- How to get rid of this requester ?
Some of the V1 seem to crash when beeing "tested" from the wan-side. In the log I see no event, but the device refuses to build up wan -connection and you cannot login by http.
- Is there a fix ?
- How to get more details of the problematic event ?
This website really sucks with IE. But with Opera, you get:
An error occurred while processing your request.
I'm experiencing 100% CPU-load while writing this, due to the browser.
You should fix this, if you're still a company in the it-business !
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