Hi - Wayne Pascoe wrote:
Hi all,Is the server that you're trying to emulate the iServices on known as "www.mac.com" to your mac? i.e; instead of the "real" Apple server?
I'm trying to fake a mac server for Backup on my Mac. I'm using
FreeBSD with Apache 2.0.43 and SSL.
I've got an SSL server working on port 443 with a self signed
certificate. Connecting to this box with a browser, all looks ok both
with http:// and https://
Using Internet Preferences on the mac to setup a username and password
for my iDisk fails. I've checked the log file on the FreeBSD server,
and as it fails I'm getting the following message:
[Wed Jan 08 13:07:08 2003] [error] SSL handshake failed (server
www.mac.com:443, client 188.8.131.52)
[Wed Jan 08 13:07:08 2003] [error] SSL Library Error: 336151528
Any idea what could be causing this and how I could fix it ?
thanks in advance,
I'm thinking (out loud) that you may need to spoof your Mac into thinking your BSD box is Apple's server to be able to get your mac to connect properly. I believe that there's been some discussion of this at http://www.macosxhints.com as well.
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