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Status: New idea

I am operating a server in my home network, which has an external domain name and an HTTPS certificate. My annoyance is that because the certificate only applies to said domain name, FF always gives an SSL_ERROR_BAD_CERT_DOMAIN warning when I want to access the server using its private network address.

I understand the importance of this warning for inexperienced users, but I'd still appreciate an option to create bypass rules for security warnings. I've tried adding an exception in the Servers tab of the Certificate Manager, but it doesn't work.

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David40
Making moves

When I am accessing the internal configuration web pages integrated into certain equipment FireFox will not allow me to continue to the page. You need to add a button that allows me to ignore the Certificate error and continue to the page I need to get to.

Thank You

Status changed to: New idea
Jon
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