Can't connect SSL with New PentiumIV 1.5GHz

VERIFIED INVALID

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VERIFIED INVALID
18 years ago
14 years ago

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(Reporter: bugs4hj, Assigned: asa)

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Windows NT

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Description

18 years ago
Used build, 2000121104 on WinNT 5.1/Linux 6.5
It seems that Mozilla is unable to connect on SSL with my new computersystem.

What the heck is that?

Friendly, HJ.

Comment 1

18 years ago
HJ, I thought you knew that by now.. Did you have PSM installed? What happens 
when you try to connect? I don't think your P4 has anything to do with it, but 
if you don't like it anymore, send it this way --> hidday@geocities.com ;)
PSM is broken at the moment, btw (for some people like me).
Thank you for commenting further, 
Fabian.
(Reporter)

Comment 2

18 years ago
Yes, did install PSM, but NO LUCK.

B.T.W. can't connect with Mozilla on the internet on some slow servers!
It seems it takes to long to connect, even the mailserver for netscape's
netmail is unable to stay connected!
Did a full re-install but without luck. Using builds from 2000110504 up to
2000121104 but no luck.

Netscape version 4.76 - no problem!
Internet Explorer 5.5 - no problem!
Internet Explorer 6.0 beta - no problem!
Opera version 4.02 - no problem!
And some other will be unknown to you - no problem
Netscape 6/6.0 - problems<-----------------??
Mozilla 2000110504 - problems!<------------??

Configuration
Next Dimension Evolution Workstation Edition
1.5GHz Intel Pentium IV Processor
1 GB RAM
2 * 64 MB VideoRAM
2 * ATA 100 40GB harddrive's
Dualboot Windows NT 5.1/RedHad Linux 6.5
Mouse/Keyboard wireless
Dual screen configuration with two 18 inch EIZO TFT Flatscreens

My connected to the Internet runs like this:
The upstream connection goes via a small local Intranet (1Gb) to the upstream
provider on Cable. The downstream goes via an 100 inch sat dish connected via
UltraFast Ethernet (receiving full 8Gb downstream).

And yes it's not mine. But from an American Agency I'm working for (stationed in
Europa). By using this configuration my connection receives un update every 15
minutes from the mainframe somewhere in the US.

And I 'hate' Internet Exploder, wanna use Mozilla! Now using an 'old' Pentium
III 350Mhz system running on NT4 from my son with only 128Mb RAM.

n.b. I'm not aloud to work with Beta version's, but hey, what the heck! They are
providing the Beta 6.0 version of Internet Explorer, and I don't like that at
all! So I'm Using Mozilla.

For now, I'm trying to run several tests to find an solution for this one. Hope
I will, or someone else can do it for me.
Friendly, HJ.
(Reporter)

Comment 3

18 years ago
Changing priority to -- Blake Ross told me so for an other bug!
Priority: P3 → --
(Reporter)

Comment 4

18 years ago
Seems that the firewall was the problem, sorry guys.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID

Comment 5

18 years ago
verified 2000122820 win98
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Product: Browser → Seamonkey
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