I was able to get Captive Portal setup successfully, but is there a way to prevent IE from complaining about a certificate error to get to the captive portal? I probably won't be able to use it because of this error, it would be too confusing to some of my users.
Thanks for any help.
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You will need to switch to redirect mode to remove the browser warnings. This allows the device to forward the browser to an interface IP address that will have a matching certificate and then, once properly authenticated, it will forward them back to the originally desired destination.
I switched to redirect mode to 10.2.0.1, which is one of my L3 interfaces and I still receive a certificate error -- I've tried both a self generated certificate and using that Server Certificate and just leaving the Server Certificate blank.
I am seeing this in IE8, I don't have any other browsers installed on the machine I am testing with.
Any thing else I can try?
I did that. Problem is that IE8 doesn't like the fact that it is a self-generated certificate, guess I am out of luck unless I want to purchase a certificate.
You don't necessarily need to purchase a cert, but you do need it to be a cert signed by a CA that your browsers trust. If you have a CA in place for creating certs for internal services, the same could be used for this. Alternatively, you could create a CA and tell your browsers to trust certs signed by it.
PAM OS: 3.1.6
I use IE browser 8 for captvie portal but IE get cert very slowly. If I use firefox, It is OK.
Has captvie portal problems with IE 8?
If you are using a self-signed certificate with Captive Portal and IE8 you will see slow page load times.
This is a browser issue. One way that you can solve this problem is by putting a valid cert on the Captive Portal and using redirect mode for Captive Portal.
For IE8, I found a problem. IE8 can not trust valid cert but other browser as Firefox can trust cert.
Have you ever found this issue? How solved?
When you say "IE 8 cannot trust a valid cert" what does that mean exactly?
Public CA or Internal CA?
certificate details? (format, key length, etc etc)
What error(s)/symptom(s) does IE 8 display?
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