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ReadyNAS NV+ v1, Can't Access Admin on Google Chrome

RubeSchutte
Aspirant

ReadyNAS NV+ v1, Can't Access Admin on Google Chrome

I own a very old ReadyNAS NV+ v1.

 

I can no longer access the admin page on Google Chrome due to SSL issue.

 

"Your connection is not private"

"NET::ERR_CERT_INVALID"

 

Anyone know how to fix this?

 

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StephenB
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Re: ReadyNAS NV+ v1, Can't Access Admin on Google Chrome

I can access my own NV+ v1 (clicking through a security warning).  But you don't seem to have the option of clicking through.

 

What firmware are you running?  Have you tried a different browser?

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Sandshark
Sensei

Re: ReadyNAS NV+ v1, Can't Access Admin on Google Chrome

Are you on a Mac?  My understanding is that the ability to click through the warning isn't there on a Mac.

 

But I also notice that you said you get NET::ERR_CERT_INVALID, not NET::ERR_CERT_AUTHORITY_INVALID, which is the more typical one due to a self-signed certificate.  So maybe something did corrupt your self-signed certificate.

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RubeSchutte
Aspirant

Re: ReadyNAS NV+ v1, Can't Access Admin on Google Chrome

Yeah on a Mac. Works on Firefox on the Mac. And on Linux on Chrome. 

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mdgm
Virtuoso

Re: ReadyNAS NV+ v1, Can't Access Admin on Google Chrome

The NV+ hasn't got any firmware updates for a long time, and Frontview shouldn't need to be accessed very often. So finding old browsers to use will be needed over time for the rare times it needs to be accessed.

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RubeSchutte
Aspirant

Re: ReadyNAS NV+ v1, Can't Access Admin on Google Chrome

Yes you're right, it's not a huge issue. Just annoying. And was wondeirng if it could be fixed.

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mdgm
Virtuoso

Re: ReadyNAS NV+ v1, Can't Access Admin on Google Chrome

It would theoretically be possible (not sure if some of the closed source code would be required or not), but the amount of effort to fix it probably wouldn't be worth it. And the last Sparc ReadyNAS was replaced in the lineup 9 and a half years ago now.

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