So Java 8 has been out for a while, and so far, the Java app will not run on Java 8.
I have tested this on multiple versions of ios, and with multiple hardware platforms. I have also tried with and without 3rd party certs.
Anyone have this working?
No, the problem remains. I have added the URL to the exception list, the cert of the router as a safe site, the cert of my CA. FireFox and Java trust my router. Furthermore, I get the green lock in the firefox and nothing show me a warning. When I click on the buttom to start the thin-client, the applet starts perfectly without warnings. I try to ssh one server in my LAN and the applet (or some thing in mi computer) closes the connection. I can see it using netstat command. It works perfectly when y downgrade java to version 7.
I am running c1841-adventerprisek9-mz.151-4.M12a.bin on a Cisco 1841. As far as I know, it is the last version of IOS for a Cisco 1841.
I think I have found key, but I don know how to fix it. Java uses TLS1.0 to download the app, but when I try to ssh through the thin-client Java tries to connect using TLS1.2, and my router drops the connection. I don't know why Java starts again with TLS 1.2 because I Disabled it in the control panel.
Does anyone know how to solve it?