SPX: Use hostname in reply button
The SPX PDF has a reply button which points to the IP address of the XG firewall. Make it possible to change this IP to the FQDN, for example the hostname which is configured under SPX portal settings.
Further it should be possible to add your own SSL certificate to this FQDN so a user will no longer receive a browser warning regarding the certificate.
Paul warrimet commented
I am also curious if I missed this. All roads still lead to the idea.
Has this issue ever been addressed or did I miss it? I have a XG430 with SFOS 17.5.9 MR-9 firmware. When we send encrypted emails the "Reply" still uses our external IP address and not the hostname. I have valid SSL certificates installed.
Thomas Burghardt commented
Port 8094 is not a standard port for https;
we need Port 443 as soon as possible because Port 8094 is blocked (IN and OUT) and i could not found a workaround