Gents and Ladies, I’m in a pickle.
Mumble has been working beautifully for me until this morning. I was logged on successfully last night (logged off around 00:45 CST), and by 11:00 CST, Mumble had decided I was not worthy… Or something like that.
Original issue: When attempting to connect to ADI (or any randomly selected public) server, I would receive the following error message:
Server presented a certificate which failed verification…
The specific errors with this certificate are:
- The host name did not match any of the valid hosts for this certificate
- The certificate is self-signed, and untrusted
Do you wish to accept this certificate anyway?
(It will also be stored so you won’t be asked this again.)
Selecting “yes” to the above would cause this error box to close, only to almost instantly pop back up again.
With assistance from Weard, I did the following to attempt to fix it:
-Ran mumble as admin
-Deleted any certificates I could find from Mumble
-Created new certificate
-Created “trusted” certificate
Creating “trusted” certificate appeared to resolve the original issue. I no longer saw “certificate failed verification”, but then a new error occurred when I tried to connect to ADI or (again, any other randomly selected public server):
Server connection failed: The remote host closed the connection.
That error consistently occurs 1 second after the “connecting to server” log.
To try to get past that, we tried installing the unofficial Mumble 1.3.0, but the original error popped up there and no amount of certification maneuvers got us past that, so I reverted back to 1.2.8.
Additional steps we took to get past the “server connection” error:
-Unchecked Quality of Service
-Checked Force TCP mode
I’m running Mumble 1.2.8 on Windows 7 64bit. Mumble has been working wonderfully, as stated, until this morning. The only changes to my system in the past week was a Java update on 04.29.15 (two days ago) and becoming a recruiter last night (some permissions were switched around). However, I hesitate to think it has anything to do with my permissions within the ADI mumble, seeing as I can’t connect to any public servers either.
I’m stumped. I would appreciate any and all help here.