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When I try to use the UMobile, it will not work unless HTTPS is turned on in the radio. How can I use the app to login with HTTPS turned off?


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You are probably connected to the device using management radio. It's cause by the fact that only HTTPS connection is allowed on management radio for now. It's not issue of UMobile.

 

If you want to be able to configure device using management radio keeping HTTPS enabled is the only option

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UMobile should be able to connect to device with HTTPS turned off. There is a switch "Use HTTPS" on Login screen which should handle the case of turned off secure connection.

 

If it doesn't work even with "Use HTTPS" switch off, please specify which mobile OS you are using and firmware version of the device. Thanks

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App version 1.1.3 

ISO Station 5AC Stock firmware

 

UMobile works on the CPE out of the box. I saved a .cfg and upload the file to the CPE. Once I upload the file, I can no longer log into the radio. If I connect via cat5 and turn on HTTPS, then I can log back in with UMoblie.

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You are probably connected to the device using management radio. It's cause by the fact that only HTTPS connection is allowed on management radio for now. It's not issue of UMobile.

 

If you want to be able to configure device using management radio keeping HTTPS enabled is the only option

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marsounjan wrote:

only HTTPS connection is allowed on management radio for now.


OAM&P really should be done via some kind of secure channel.

 

It seems to me that issuing all device certificates from a UBNT-managed CA would not be all that difficult.  Bundle the Class 3 Root cert for the UBNT CA in the UMobile install package (with appropriate OS permissions granted of course) and all of this should "just work."

 

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