Configuration of SPA 112 and SPA122 using secure http
Is anyone else have real trouble configuring their Cisco SPA 112 and 122 devices through the web interface, after enabling https (and disabling http)?
- Select https only under Web Access Management -> Web Utility Access
- Log out of the device and close IE
- Navigate to the device's URL, accepting the certificate warning
- Log back in as administrator
Now, try to change the admin or cisco User List passwords; try to disable Bonjour; try to change any of the Basic Setup -> Internet settings (host name etc)
Most, if not all, of any subsequent configuration changes are met with an error "The values are invalid".
I've updated each device to the latest firmware (1.1.0 (011)). I'm using IE8 too. I suspect it is something to do with the ability of the GUI to display the following message, as it never appears again once https is enabled:
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