Cannot connect to mumble server

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Ryan
2014-04-13
2014-04-16
  • Ryan

    Ryan - 2014-04-13

    I am having a lot of trouble connecting to a mumble server. I get
    connection failed the remote host closed the connection. We were looking at
    it last night and it seems its my certificate. I'm using the comodo
    certificate that mumble sugests but its still not woring. Ive tried three
    or 4 different certificates now using both IE and firefox, but none of them
    seem to work. I am following the instruction from the site:
    http://mumble.sourceforge.net/Obtaining
    ... ertificatehttp://mumble.sourceforge.net/Obtaining_a_Comodo_Certificate,
    exactly and its still not working.

    any ideas? any test servers I can connect to to see if I can connect to
    them?

     
  • Lari Hartikainen

    Do you have any logs from server at the time you tried to connect it?
    You can try out my server, ill check logs if connect fails.
    Label: Decalinux ENG
    Address: decalinux.dyndns.org
    Port: 64738

     
  • Ryan

    Ryan - 2014-04-14

    I do not. I will try to connect to to yours.

     
  • Ryan

    Ryan - 2014-04-14

    I just tried hit it twice....at 8:17:46 AM and 8:17:47 AM same error...remote host closed the connection.

     
  • Lari Hartikainen

    Hi. i see it now.
    14 Apr 2014
    15:17:23<7:(-1)> Connection closed: [-1]
    15:17:23<7:(-1)> SSL Error: No certificates could be verified
    15:17:22<7:(-1)> SSL Error: The root CA certificate is not trusted for this purpose
    15:17:22<7:(-1)> New connection: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:65329
    15:17:12<6:(-1)> Connection closed: [-1]
    15:17:12<6:(-1)> SSL Error: No certificates could be verified
    15:17:12<6:(-1)> SSL Error: The root CA certificate is not trusted for this purpose
    15:17:12<6:(-1)> New connection: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:65326

    What browser you used when you made the crtificate?
    Notice: Getting the certificate with Chrome/Safari (webkit based) might seem to work at first, but you end up with an incomplete certificate bundle! Consider using an alternative browser.

    If you cannot connect and "SSL Error: The root CA certificate is not trusted for this purpose" is logged to the server log, this is usually due to having an incomplete certificate bundle.
    Please export the certificate using Firefox and try again. Chrome and Safari are known to create incomplete certificate bundles.

     
  • Ryan

    Ryan - 2014-04-16

    Ive tried it multiple times using IE and firefox.....neither work

     
    Last edit: Ryan 2014-04-16
  • Ryan

    Ryan - 2014-04-16

    so interesting, I know I tried this before and it didnt work but I just tried again. I changed from the Comodo cert to a new self signed one from mumble and it worked. I connected to my buddys and yours. It throws some certificate on the server has different hosts or something, with yes, no and view certificate...I hot yes and it let me on.

     
  • Lari Hartikainen

    Great, atleast now you can connect to servers =)