[Cake] How to test Cake on TP-Link WDR3600
alecrobertson13 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 26 08:32:14 EDT 2015
Am I right to assume that with Cake more bandwidth should be available to use, without affecting latency?
On Sun, Jul 26, 2015 at 10:11 AM, Alan Jenkins
<alan.christopher.jenkins at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Quick sub-question (off-topic so my apologies), this firmware I’m using that I linked to previously, has HTTPS enabled which means every time I go to Luci I get a security error in Chrome. How do I disable HTTPS?
>> I would say you do not disable it, but rather look why chrome complains (it might be that chrome dislikes self-signed certificates) and try to convince chrome to accept the certificate nevertheless. Or you could try firefox ;)
> Firefox is the definitely the simplest browser for this, it's the only
> one I've used. Just click through the instructions. A "permanent
> exception" is the default, which should actually help security. Feels
> ironic as I remember Firefox moving first on this & hence complaints
> about the scary warning messages etc.
> Searching instructions for Chrome on Linux ("ssl exception" OR "self
> signed certificate") they use a certutil command. Internet Explorer
> will use the Windows cert store, same with Chrome on Windows. (If you
> can add to the store using IE, that may be simplest & will cover both).
> Additional requirement for those methods should be that the cert CN
> matches the URL you access. Not sure about Chrome, but for general
> paranoia you should check that CN / common name / "issued to" doesn't
> say "*" i.e. "everywhere".
> Access the router using `http://hostname` matching the router hostname
> (as per /etc/config/system). dnsmasq will let that work. If you've
> changed the hostname, re-gen the cert by removing it and restarting.
> rm /etc/uhttpd.crt /etc/uhttpd.key
> /etc/init.d/uhttpd restart
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