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I am trying to access my own server admin https://mysite.tld:10000 I have my own certificate. Surely I trust myself. I get "This site can’t be reached". I tried unchecking "protect...from dangerous sites" but that didn't work.

Chrome OS browser

  • Protection is not about certificates. You should install your self-signed certificate into your browser certificate storage to avoid warnings like that. And read something about how it works. – rush Nov 10 '16 at 21:44
  • @rush there's a comment below the next answer – dstonek Nov 12 '16 at 1:11
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"Your site can't be reached" is the error your browser returns when the browser cannot communicate with a server at the given address. In other words, there's nothing actually listening on port 10000 on mysite.tld. Or it may be that your computer is not on the network. It could also be that there is something listening at https://mysite.tld:10000, but that there's a firewall or something else blocking a connection between your browser and the server.

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  • It is strange. That Chromebook was in the same network as another computer where I was able to access that URI – dstonek Nov 11 '16 at 11:32

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