Hey *, since last week I've been getting absolutely no response from the web server on my 4230 sensor. Previously it worked (not 100%, but if you were patient, you could get in), and the only thing I changed since then was I validated the certificate. So I went and removed that, but it had no affect (predictably), and now I'm stuck with a box that won't answer https requests. At least I don't think it will. I can't sniff the VPN to it....
I am using "https://188.8.131.52" to get to it. When I connect I get no messages or anything else, just a blank white screen. I rebooted the web server, then the whole server, nothing works. While staring at the white web page I sshd into the box and found:
Using sysconfig-sensor, verify that the networking parameters are correct (which is likely, given your description, since it appears that you are able to SSH into the sensor just fine). Verify in particular that the access control list (menu choice 5) allows connections from the network containing your web browser. In menu choice 11, verify that IDM is enabled.
Now, from your web browser, try the following URL:
We do not recommend disabling TLS for obvious reasons, but this exercise will help discern between an error involving networking and an error involving encryption. If you are able to get back into IDM without TLS log in and go to Administration > Diagnostics > Run Diagnostics. Collect the output and contact the TAC. They may request you send in the diagnostics file output.
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...