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    MMT and SSL

    I have a self-signed cert on an older dev store (not a mivatest.com version) that we plan on deleting very soon. But, when I connect into the store with MMT it's complaining about the self-signed cert. I also don't have an SSH key configured yet. Can I connect using SSH and not need to be concerned with the SSL config?

    I have submitted a ticket in parallel.

    Scott
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    #2
    I think you'd still have the issue as SSH keys can be used for authentication but you're still using https as the transport. You could put Cloudflare in front of the site to work around this.
    David Hubbard
    CIO
    Miva
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    http://www.miva.com

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      #3
      The underlying library MMT uses verifies SSL certs by default and there is no way to override this from within MMT. SSH authentication will be no different as the private key is used to sign the HTTP request is all.
      David Carver
      Miva, Inc. | Software Developer

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        #4
        Cool, I only need to say "Thanks David" once!

        The Cloudflare thing seems like it might be the expedient tactic. I assume a free Cloudflare would suffice for the SSL. I'm not quite what I would do for the DNS though.

        Scott
        What help do you need today!
        Interactive Design Solutions http://www.southbound.com
        MivaMerchant Business Partner | Certified MivaMerchant Web Developer
        My T-shirt Collection is mostly MivaCon T-shirts!!
        Competitive Rates, Popular Modules, and Integrations:
        Product Copy | AutoBaskets | Waitlist Integration| Wholesale Integration

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          #5
          Yep they will auto generate an SSL that will be valid and cover both the primary and dev site, but you don't have to have them in active mode, can bypass the primary site if you don't want them in play for that. Even the free plan would suffice, it just doesn't have the WAF functionality, but the $20 pro plan is preferred. If the site is with us reach out to TAC too as there are scenarios where we'll include it and do all the config for you.
          David Hubbard
          CIO
          Miva
          [email protected]
          http://www.miva.com

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