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SSL Site doesn't work

Posted on 2009-04-06
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I have a site which I applied an SSL certificate. Within the network it behaves regularly. When accessing from the internet I receive a page could not be displayed. The odd thing is that If I take off require 128-bit encryption it works fine. The other odd issue it that if I try to access the page without httpS I get The page must be viewed over a secure channel.

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Question by:PeretzSternACC
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markpalinux earned 500 total points
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Did you look at Firewall rules?

Make sure the local firewall ( on server itself ) and any network firewall allow traffic to port 443 (ssl).

By default windows firewall will allow local subnets.


The requires a secure channel page is http ( port 80 )

Hope this helps,
Mark
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if this was a 3rd party certificate , meaning you got it from a provider, be sure to follow directions you may need to install their intermediate certificates on your web server - not the problem here but it would help.

Mark

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