Following on from the LetsEncrypt issue of having capital letters in the domain name (Cannot access plinth), I was then greeted with an SSL Certificate Name Mismatch Error. In Firefox, it will absolutely not allow one to continue, but in Internet Explorer (it has its uses) one is able to add an exception.
The Olimex Pioneer Freedombox is sitting behing a D-Link router, and has port-forwarding enabled. DMZ forwarding tends to mess things up (assuming it has to do with another issue relating to CGNAT which was mentioned in another forum issue).
Steps to Reproduce
- Fresh setup of freedombox
- setup DynDNS via gnudip
- use letsencrypt to cet certificate (using all lowercase)
- access domain
View freedombox landing page
The warning read something like:
Cannot access .freedombox.rocks because the certificate has been issued for . Upon viewing the certificate, it says created by: issued to
Well, I assume it is the hostname that is being used, because it is the same name.
Not available. While fiddling to fix the issue, I attempted to rollback to an earlier install, and seem to have bricked the box. So now I just get a timeout error. Will need to flash again.
- FreedomBox version: latest, with updates
- Hardware: Onimex Pioneer
- How did you install FreedomBox?: Fresh flash of pioneer freedombox