Is there a way of telling Firefox (or just about any other browser for that matter) to permanently exclude an IP address from HTTPS certificate checking?
I have a whole pile of Cisco mobile phones and every one of them has IP address 192.168.1.100 but they all have different certificates. Each time I swap phones in the cradle to configure them Firefox pops up a security exception window where I have to click to accept that the browser cannot verify the certificate. Selecting to permanently accept the certificate doesn't help since the next phone has a different self generated certificate.
If it can't be done via the browser then creating a dummy CA isn't out of scope so long as it's restricted to my laptop.
Posted in wrong TA but I have no idea how to get to http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Internet_Email/Web_Browsers/
on EE's zone selection when asking question. Or any other WEB BROWSER / FIREFOX TA for that matter. Just don't suggest using Google "trailing space" Chrome.