Since more than 2 weeks, I am no more in position to reach https://community.e.foundation/ from both an iPhone and a Samsung devices.
Both are running latest OS and use Orange French network.
I have rebooted both of them, but the issue is still there.
I haven’t seen other people complaining about this.
This is so strange…
Now, the root cause is found, this is certainly not a coincidence, what can I do on both iOS 14.6 and Android 11 ?
I haven’t found a way to activate/deactivate a parameter related to encrypted communication on both of them.
And why am I the only one to be concerned ?
On both devices, your browser may be able to display the certificate it gets, and if it would consider it as valid.
Usually, you do this by a clic on the symbol next left to the site address, but it may vary for the Apple …
If you can confirm that you have a certificate problem, please try the following :
clear your browser’s caches
ensure your devices are up to date, especially for the root certificate (should be embedded in browsers or system updates)
as your traffic may be intercepted by a filtering device/software (i.e. a firewall with https browsing filtering), you may not see R3/Let’s Encrypt root authority on your browser, but the device/software’s; in this case please ensure that the device/software is up to date
if you can display the certificate on your browser, please post a screenshot here
Well, the browser is not able to display the https://community.e.foundation web site cerificate as it is not reachable (time out).
I am able to reproduce this on Android using Chrome, Firefox and Samsung Internet applications.
Of course, I have cleared the different browser’s caches.
But I don’t know how to update the root certificate either on Android or on iOS.
Strangely, SSL Report: community.e.foundation returns an error : Unable to connect to the server
Yeah, I would say, depending on device, do some testing. If the APN has IPv4/IPv6, try just IPv6 only and see what happens. If not working then try only IPv4.
On my only modern device with Android 11 and 5G, the forums are accessible using the default APN with IPv6 (which is not editable). Never checked before. Out of habit due to other devices/ROMs not working reliably with IPv6 I immediately setup the modern device to use IPv4.
Given that the other ROMs now use some sort of VPN (which mostly don’t support IPv6 anyway) it’s a bit more involved re-testing IPv6 connections so I just stick with what I know works.