not relevant but docker.
maybe relevant: asus router
Roonbridge (on linux, but I can imagine windows could run into this as well) fails to update with “bzip2: (stdin) is not a bzip2 file” error which is caused by failing “curl -O http://…” download. The resulting file is indeed not an archive but the html output, with main message:
meta HTTP-EQUIV=“REFRESH” content=“0; url=http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:80/blocking.asp?cat_id=78&mac=xxxxxxxxx=download.roonlabs.net”
where the blocked ip is internal router address.
Now is the question: is my router blocking this curl request due to security? When doing this request with curl -O https://… the archive is downloaded fine.
Would it not be more secure to use https anyway, or will we run into certificate issues…?
syslog of router entry:
kernel: *** ERROR: [send_redir_page:614] # redir_url=http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:80/blocking.asp?cat_id=78&mac=xxxxxxxxx&domain=download.roonlabs.net