I thought the flipping of the 'Allow insecure SSL connection' had been fixed
IC79855 PERMIT CONNECTIONS TO INSECURE SSL SERVERS MAY BE
UNEXPECTEDLY CHANGED WHEN CONFIGURATING THE MULTI-PROTOCOL
However, I am running 188.8.131.52 and I am still getting this issue on an MPG. Has anyone else noticed this?
It happens when I modify the MPG policy and on the General tab I cannot get the radio button Permit Connections to Insecure SSL Servers
to stay on once the Apply button is clicked. However, I know this is done as I can review the changes and see the permit SSL is set to switch from Off to On. So initially it works but if I make any subsequent modifications to the MPG it flips back.
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK6772 Posts
Re: Allow Insecure SSL connection2012-05-15T16:21:45ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.HisNibs,
Did you get a fix that you could share? It looks like there's a fix pack coming out now (actually released today), but the firmware files aren't available to download at the moment. Wanted to see if you had a temp fix you got from your PMR. Thank you.
HisNibs 2700018A2U87 Posts
Re: Allow Insecure SSL connection2012-05-16T08:57:06ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- SystemAdmin 110000D4XK
I will check latest fixpack out and if there are no APARs relating to this I will go ahead and raise the PMR this week.
HermannSW 2700006U546650 Posts
Re: Allow Insecure SSL connection2012-05-16T15:01:05ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- inestlerode 270001CUTT
Or by simply modifying this URL with the APAR number you are interested in at the end (the APAR Ivan pointed to, here):
aleshinsky 270003YG2H5 Posts