I get an error when trying to load .glb from my Url

I can load a .glb directly from the assets folder. That works. Now I want to upload it from an Url. But I get this error:

Failed to load resource: net::ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID

Maybe this is not a Playcanvas problem. But I can access it from a test site.

I’m using this scipt:

     * @name utils#loadGlbContainerFromUrl
     * @function
     * @description Load a GLB container from a URL that returns a `model/gltf-binary` as a GLB.
     * @param {String} url The URL for the GLB
     * @param {Object} options Optional. Extra options to do extra processing on the GLB.
     * @param {String} assetName. Name of the asset.
     * @param {Function} callback The callback function for loading the asset. Signature is `function(string:error, asset:containerAsset)`.
     * If `error` is null, then the load is successful.
     * @returns {pc.Asset} The asset that is created for the container resource.
    utils.loadGlbContainerFromUrl = function (url, options, assetName, callback) {
        var filename = assetName + '.glb';
        var file = {
            url: url,
            filename: filename

        var asset = new pc.Asset(filename, 'container', file, null, options);
        asset.once('load', function (containerAsset) {
            if (callback) {
                // As we play animations by name, if we have only one animation, keep it the same name as
                // the original container otherwise, postfix it with a number
                var animations = containerAsset.resource.animations;
                if (animations.length == 1) {
                    animations[0].name = assetName;
                } else if (animations.length > 1) {
                    for (var i = 0; i < animations.length; ++i) {
                        animations[i].name = assetName + ' ' + i.toString();

                callback(null, containerAsset);


        return asset;

Hi @simmania,

I think that error is related to an SSL misconfiguration on the server hosting the file, your code seems correct.

Not sure if it’s CORS related too, but give a try this test site with your url: https://www.test-cors.org/