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I have spent more than 5 days looking for a solution but I do not know what can I do.
I read that the problem usually appears when the "cn" in the certificate does not match the address of the server.
The "CN" in my certificate is "PRESS44"
The server address that was given to me is an ip. https://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:123
I have read in different forums that I have to regenerate the certificate and change the cn to make it match with the
domain name of the server, in this case to make it match with the ip, but I cannot do it because I cannot change the
I have called to the company who gave the certificate but they told that it was right, and that several people was using the
same certificate successfully.
I also tried to access the server address from the browser, and it shows me a message telling me that there is a problem
with the current certificate. It shows an error that says "mismatched address".
Thanks in advance for your help.
Joined: Feb 12, 2010
I found the solution:
This is a solution that only applies in a development environment and when it is a self-signed certificate.
Do not use it in a production environment.