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Unable to verify HTTPS server configuration – Ookla Speedtest Custom

for Ookla (Speedtest.net) on Speedtest Custom Browser Networking

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To support the latest browser security protocols, it was important that vendors follow guidelines to ensure their server networking software could pass the routine security monitoring watchdog process developed by Ookla.

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User Migration - Ookla Speedtest Custom

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Ookla—the team behind Speedtest.net—also offers an enterprise version of their flagship software used to measure network performance between a client and server. During the transition from legacy Flash protocols to new HTML5/JavaScript APIs, I lead a small team of technical service contractors to assist with the increased workload from the transition.

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Compatibility of your existing NetGauge OoklaServer Daemon – Ookla Speedtest Custom

for Ookla (Speedtest.net) on Speedtest Custom Browser Networking

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To ensure network software was compatible with the latest JavaScript client technology, Ookla's database of licensed vendors needed to update the server-side component hosted in their network. Since it was not always possible to remotely verify each instance due to vendor side networking security limitations, we provided a tutorial to help manually check the version on the server.

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Setting up your Test URL (Pending Subdomain Setup) – Ookla Speedtest Custom

for Ookla (Speedtest.net) on Speedtest Custom

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Ookla's Speedtest Custom was hosted on speedtestcustom.com as a service to help licensed vendors to configure and eventually reference through an HTML5 iframe on their website. This required every test instance to define a custom subdomain that worked as their licensed Test URL. As this detail was a major change for users used to the self-hosted legacy technology, it required a guide to help vendors understand the purpose of the major step in setting up their process.

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Matthew Hendricks

Content Management Systems and Documentation