RE: Problems using secure https
Michael Robinson <turbotalon <at> earthlink.net>
2004-05-24 07:15:39 GMT
Thanks for your reply-
First of all, let me clear this up a bit. MP3's only play over a secure
connection IF I use the media sidebar in IE. I don't like IE, so I use
Firebird. As such, neither players work when using Firebird.
I really don't need to stream the mp3's over a secure connection, but when I
log in using https, netjuke sends m3u files with https links. Is there
anyway to make netjuke send only http links to files?
From: Rob Rosenfeld [mailto:rosenfeld <at> alum.mit.edu]
Sent: Monday, May 24, 2004 12:08 AM
To: turbotalon <at> earthlink.net
Subject: RE: [Netjuke-users] Problems using secure https
Id _guess_ your problem is that WMP supports HTTPS and MMJB
doesnt. Do the URLs listed in the .m3u when you use Firebird
contain https links?
I'm curious, why do you want to use HTTPS to stream the songs?
Shouldn't it just be sufficient to use HTTPS to login?
From: netjuke-users-admin <at> lists.sourceforge.net
[mailto:netjuke-users-admin <at> lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of
Sent: Monday, May 24, 2004 1:59 AM
To: netjuke-users <at> lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: [Netjuke-users] Problems using secure https
I am currently using:
ON THE CLIENT:
MusicMatch Jukebox 7.1 and WMP 9
On the Server:
If I run https://192.168.2.10/netjuke in IE 6.0, then login and
the "play" icon, WMP opens in the media sidebar and plays the
file just fine.
However, I dont like IE 6, so I use Mozilla Firebird, which
open the file with another application (MMJB or WMP, whichever I
choose). When I click "ok" to Mozilla"s prompt, the correct media
opens, but nothing else happens. If I right click on the link and
the link (.m3u) to the hard drive, then try opening it in WMP or
have the same problem. WMP gives me a security error.
I know that somehow Firebird is not authenticating in a way that
WMP can access netjuke. Is there a way to get around this?
If I change the address in my browser to:
and click the play link, it opens in BOTH MMJB and WMP and plays
Why is HTTPS only supported in IE? Is there something I am
Note: I do not have a registered site certificate on my server,
generic one that came with it, would that make a difference?
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