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What appears to be happening is that since the machines inside the network don't have internet access until they sign up they cannot validate the SSL certificate. How is the certificate validated? Is there a specific server or group of servers (Certificate Authorities?) that are involved in the SSL certificate verification process?
If I know what servers the browser is trying to connect to in order to validate the SSL certificate I can unblock those servers on the router so that computers that have not signed-up for internet access can still verify that the SSL certificate is valid.
I really don't know how this SSL certificate verification process works and I can't find any information on Google. Any help is appreciated even if you can just point me to some related resources somewhere on the net.
joined:Dec 10, 2005
Thanks for the help. I may look into using some self-signed certificates for other internal purposes.