Scenario 1: NW5.1 sp5 running BorderMgr 3.7 sp2
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Using Netscape (or Mozilla Firefly), I get the following message when I
attempt to get to a remote site that we have filtered access to.

"You have attempted to establish a connection to 10.0.0.3 [our BM server's
internal IP address]". However, the security certificate belongs to
"bmserver1.company.org"... I can click the OK button to accept the
mismatch, then I'm presented with BManager authentication, as normal.

I'm not certain why it's attempting to connect to the IP address, or how to
fix this; I'm using the SSL CertificateDNS for that server and the subject
name is O=TREE.CN=bmserver1.company.org.

Scenario 2: NW6 sp3 running BorderMgr 3.7 sp3
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Using Netscape (or Mozilla Firefly), I get the following message when I
attempt to get to a site that we have filtered access to.

"You have attempted to establish a connection to bmserver2 [this time, the
server name appears, unlike scenario 1 where the internal IP address
appears". However, the security certificate belongs to
"bmserver2.bmserver2.company.org [note that the server name is repeated
twice"... I can click the OK button to accept the mismatch, then I'm
presented with BManager authentication, as normal.

In this instance, the PK subject name is
CN=bmserver2.bmserver2.company.org.O=TREE. [Note that this appears
backwards from scenario 1's subject name. i.e., the O=TREE statement
appears at the end.

Any thoughts how to correct these? Not all sites will present me with the
domain name mismatch prompt...