Chromecast Support

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Re: Chromecast Support

Postby HerrNilsson » Mon Apr 07, 2014 2:16 pm

trogdan wrote:
HerrNilsson wrote:But LDAPS is only for encrypting the credentials from the subsonic server and LDAP-server, the webinterface in encrypted through the HTTPS correct?


Yeah, only the web interface is encrypted through the HTTPS connection. I just happen to use LDAPS because it's used for other service outside of my local network.

The REST and web interface is encrypted through HTTPS.


Yes but i mean if you have HTTPS and LDAP (not LDAPS) and logon through a public site. The credentials are sent to the webserver over HTTPS.
Then in cleartext from the webserver to the LDAP-server. That's not a problem in most cases because it is sent internally in the network :).
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Re: Chromecast Support

Postby trogdan » Mon Apr 07, 2014 2:24 pm

HerrNilsson wrote:Yes but i mean if you have HTTPS and LDAP (not LDAPS) and logon through a public site. The credentials are sent to the webserver over HTTPS.
Then in cleartext from the webserver to the LDAP-server. That's not a problem in most cases because it is sent internally in the network :).


Yeah, I understand that is your configuration, I was not meaning to imply that LDAP goes over the external network unencrypted. Was merely explaining that I said I use LDAPS because I use it externally, unlike your configuration, which should also be safe. (As long as you are not allowing guests on your internal network that could sniff other people's credentials).
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Re: Chromecast Support

Postby HerrNilsson » Mon Apr 07, 2014 2:56 pm

trogdan wrote:
HerrNilsson wrote:Yes but i mean if you have HTTPS and LDAP (not LDAPS) and logon through a public site. The credentials are sent to the webserver over HTTPS.
Then in cleartext from the webserver to the LDAP-server. That's not a problem in most cases because it is sent internally in the network :).


Yeah, I understand that is your configuration, I was not meaning to imply that LDAP goes over the external network unencrypted. Was merely explaining that I said I use LDAPS because I use it externally, unlike your configuration, which should also be safe. (As long as you are not allowing guests on your internal network that could sniff other people's credentials).


Exactly :).
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Re: Chromecast Support

Postby daneren2005 » Mon Apr 07, 2014 6:40 pm

This is a long shot, but are either one of you willing to try Subsonic without LDAP, but still on https and see if it connects that way? I doubt LDAP would be the issue, but since you are both using it and it is a problem for you, I figured it would be worth a try.
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Re: Chromecast Support

Postby HerrNilsson » Tue Apr 08, 2014 1:09 pm

I tried to connect with HTTPS with a local account on my subsonic server. Same problem :(.
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Re: Chromecast Support

Postby daneren2005 » Wed Apr 09, 2014 2:34 pm

If anyone else has this problem with a valid certificate, just send me a email for a updated apk until I do the next release.
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Re: Chromecast Support

Postby HerrNilsson » Thu Apr 10, 2014 7:06 am

daneren2005 wrote:If anyone else has this problem with a valid certificate, just send me a email for a updated apk until I do the next release.


Do you have an apk that might work? In that case i'd be happy to try it out.
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Re: Chromecast Support

Postby daneren2005 » Thu Apr 10, 2014 2:44 pm

Yes I fixed an issue with people who are using valid certificates.

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Re: Chromecast Support

Postby HerrNilsson » Thu Apr 10, 2014 3:01 pm

daneren2005 wrote:Yes I fixed an issue with people who are using valid certificates.

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StartSSL is a valid certificate i guess?
Would it be possible to test the new apk with my setup?
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Re: Chromecast Support

Postby daneren2005 » Thu Apr 10, 2014 6:21 pm

Yes, StartSSL is a valid cert. Send me a email and I can give it to you.
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Re: Chromecast Support

Postby HerrNilsson » Fri Apr 11, 2014 9:04 am

Done. Thanks mate!
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Re: Chromecast Support

Postby daneren2005 » Fri Apr 11, 2014 4:08 pm

I never got any email. Should be at dsub.android@gmail.com
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Re: Chromecast Support

Postby HerrNilsson » Fri Apr 11, 2014 7:25 pm

I've sent another one. Spam folder? :)
Otherwise PM might work?
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Re: Chromecast Support

Postby daneren2005 » Fri Apr 11, 2014 7:57 pm

I logged into that account and checked the spam folder, and no dice. Gmail is sending into the nether. I guess pm your email and I can email it to you (I can't attach it here because it's more than 2MB).
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Re: Chromecast Support

Postby HerrNilsson » Fri Apr 11, 2014 8:56 pm

daneren2005 wrote:I logged into that account and checked the spam folder, and no dice. Gmail is sending into the nether. I guess pm your email and I can email it to you (I can't attach it here because it's more than 2MB).


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