Forum Software 3rd Party Software Third Party SSL Cert on Reolink Camera

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  • #594478

    Crimp On
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    Please be aware that Chrome does not actually DENY access. Chrome throws up a WARNING encouraging the user not to proceed, but there is an option on the page (maybe called ”more information”?) where the user can say, ”Go to the web page ANYWAY and quit nagging me.”)

    #1570901

    mnpg
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    Hi,
    My cameras have a certificate that expired in january 2026. I understand, we'll had time but i don't want to change my cameras at that date.
    Please Reolink, https will be the norm, making a option to put a third-party certificate will be a very good thing. If the web server of the camera run under Nginx or Apache, It's not difficult to add this functionnality.
    Thanks a lot

    #1570922

    Crimp On
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    Is that a typo, ” expired in january 2026″. Today is only June 2021.

    #1570941

    mnpg
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    Is that a typo, " expired in january 2026″. Today is only June 2021.

    OK i'm wrong. sorry for my bad english. ”will expired in january 2026″: It's better ? My question isn't difficult to understand, it's not a matter of syntax.

    #1571820

    Cynthia
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    Thank you for your feedback. We will forward your problem to the R&D team.

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