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On 10/7/22 1:57 AM, Marc Rauzier wrote:
It does not use the same way as those applications. There is a wizard. Check out https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/i/7.5?topic=i-configuring-ssl-admin-wizard

I've followed the above, and I can now get to "Web Administration" on either the secured port (...:2010/HTTPAdmin) or the unsecured one (...:2001/HTTPAdmin).

But now, iNav doesn't work *at all* in Chrome, secured or unsecured! If I go to ...:2002/Navigator.login in *Firefox,* I get a sign-on page, and I'm able to sign on, but if I go to it in Chrome, it tries to switch to HTTPS (on the same port!), and fails with "ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR."

If I try what's *supposed* to be the secured port (2003), I get "ERR_CONNECTON_REFUSED" in Chrome, and "Unable to connect" in Firefox.

Anybody know what could have gone wrong?


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