I have a problem since upgrading SPA122 from 1.3.1(003) to 1.3.2(014). The profile rule is using https to get the config files every 1 hour or so
this was never a problem: the rule is a FQDN, the SPA does DNS lookup gets the IP and asks the web server for the config file. both 1.3.1 and 1.3.2 do ask the file with the resolved IP address rather then the FQDN.
now the web server has a valid certificate for that FQDN, but as the SPA122 is asking the file with the IP address the cert is not valid (CN Incorrect: CN is wildcard *.domain.com and IP address is not the FQDN)
in 1.3.1 the SPA didn't seem to care too much , got the file and provisioned, the 1.3.2 nos gives error and sais cert err!
I changed the FQDN for security reasons: here is what the log of the SPA says: prule is https://FQDN:9192
- the cert is from GEOTrust (RapidSSL), should be trusted
Definitely no. Why you think RapidSSL certificate should be trusted ?
If you are going to configure device in factory default state, then you need to have certificate issued by CA trusted by your device. Or you can add certificate of your preferred CA to device by hand, then you can use certificate issued by such CA as well (but not after reset to factory default).
I have the same issue and I had also noticed that the SPA turns the provisioning server URL into IP address in it's requests. I'm pretty sure my server doesn't like that. I also get the SSL error. Verisign/Symantec certificate.
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