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Self Signed SSL for a server running locally


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Hello!
I want to have an Ant Media server to be run locally, on my machine and I want to access the stream from a different device, within the same network.

So when I'm going to http://<other_machine_with_ant_ip>:5080/WebRTCAppEE/conference.html it says "Fatal Error: Browser cannot access camera and mic because of unsecure context. Please install SSL and access via https".

Is there a way to install self-signed ssl certificate to the ant server?

Cheers,Bartosz

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Temporary solution: Enabling the Microphone/Camera in Chrome for (Local) Unsecure Origins

https://medium.com/@Carmichaelize/enabling-the-microphone-camera-in-chrome-for-local-unsecure-origins-9c90c3149339

W dniu piątek, 6 września 2019 18:57:15 UTC+2 użytkownik Bartosz Z napisał:
Hello!
I want to have an Ant Media server to be run locally, on my machine and I want to access the stream from a different device, within the same network.
So when I'm going to http://<other_machine_with_ant_ip>:5080/WebRTCAppEE/conference.html it says "Fatal Error: Browser cannot access camera and mic because of unsecure context. Please install SSL and access via https".
Is there a way to install self-signed ssl certificate to the ant server?
Cheers,Bartosz
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The same message pops up on Firefox - "Fatal Error: Browser cannot access camera and mic because of unsecure context. Please install SSL and access via https".
They changed it in Firefox 68 (July 2019). https://blog.mozilla.org/webrtc/camera-microphone-require-https-in-firefox-68/

W dniu piątek, 6 września 2019 19:43:59 UTC+2 użytkownik Murat Aydin napisał:
Hi Bartosz, you can also use Firefox.

Best regards,

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