Apache :: Access HTTP Address Redirects To HTTPS Just Fine

Jun 19, 2013

I'm currently struggling with an issue on our Apache 2.2.24 home-rolled installation on an OEL 6.2 x64 linux server that front-ends for a Glassfish cluster via proxypass.The httpd.conf manages 4 virtual hosts with each virtual host entry rewriting to HTTPS.

Anyone trying to access the HTTP address redirects to HTTPS just fine.The issue is that anyone using the HTTPS address gets redirected to the Document Root defined in Apache instead of being proxypassed to Glassfish.

I had set up a dummy DocumentRoot with a simple index.html meta redirect and what happens is that anyone directly accessing HTTPS will hit the index.html file which redirects to the the https site. At this point it simply loops to infinity.

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Apache :: Redirect HTTPS To Another HTTPS Address

Jul 6, 2014

I have set up an Apache web server that has ssl enabled. If I go to https://myserver.com I get the 'it works!' page and the certificate is valid and trusted. If I go to https://myserver.com/myapp that also works (it's an Oracle weblogic deployed java app that I'm fronting with Apache).

I would like to configure Apache so that when a user goes to simply https://myserver.com it automatically directs them to https://myserver.com/myapp rather than showing the 'It works!' page. I have read some documentation and experimented with setting a redirect via the https.conf file and even the ssl.conf file but nothing seems to work. I either get a 404 or simply the 'It works! page.

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May 4, 2015

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<VirtualHost 12.34.567.89:80>
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Mar 3, 2015

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In the default configuration I can't use the http version of the site, only the https.

It does not seem to be a network issue, a telnet on port 80 opens.

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Aug 17, 2013

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Dec 4, 2013

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Jun 7, 2015

I recently got a SSL-certificate for my website. Now the old links to my website (using only http) doesnt work, the visitors just getting redirected to my index page. How can I change my .htaccess so both http and https works, but keep https as the preferred? Or even better, redirect old http links to https? I'm not using www.

My current .htaccess:
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Dec 18, 2013

i want to redirect main domain http //, www request to https://

i added this code

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Mar 13, 2015

Apache2.4.6
apr-1.4.8
openssl-1.0.1c
arm-linux-gcc4.4.4

Recently I cross compiled Apache2.4.6 to run in my ARM cpu, and I found that http can work well if only it's own port such as 80 is listened, but if add one more port to be listened in conf file, http fails. That means http is good, but after https is on, http stop working and https is good. At the same time, I built the same apache2.4.6 in X86 gcc4.6.1, http and https can both work well. In addition, I also tried apache1.3.33 in the same ARM system, http and https can work well too. It seems like that in apache2.4.6, http can't work well if there is one more port listened in ARM system. Actually http port is listening and is established when using netstat to monitor it.

root@freescale /usr/local/apache/bin$ netstat -a
Active Internet connections (servers and established)
Proto Recv-Q Send-Q Local Address Foreign Address State
tcp 0 0 :::www :::* LISTEN
tcp 0 0 :::443 :::* LISTEN
tcp 0 0 (null):www (null):3705 ESTABLISHED
tcp 0 0 (null):443 (null):3720 ESTABLISHED

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Mar 10, 2015

I am using an apache reverse proxy :

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Server built: Oct 16 2014 14:48:21

In front of an internet liferay server, I m forcing https connexion and my reverse proxy is the SSL endpoint, and it is working fine.

But inside the liferay page there are "http" link to other webserver, and browser are refusing to load them because they are http and not https.

Is there a way in the reverse proxy to rewrite "on the fly" "http" link to "https" so that everything would be load on the browser ?

I was thinking mod_proxy_html but it doesn't seams to do what I want.

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Aug 26, 2014

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Oct 7, 2014

I´ve read that a whole https website might be better for SEO than just a mixed version. So I want to change the whole website to https.

We are using Plesk 12 on Win 2008 R2.
One Website is using DotNetNuke 7.3.2.

How can I automatically set the whole website to https?

What happens to the users that just type domainname.com without http or https.?

What is the right search engine friendly technique to permanently redirect to the https version even when the user is not using the application protocol prefix http/https?

Where can I do the setup in Plesk 12 fro Windows?

Are their any other drawbacks that I have to think over before I do the changes?

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1) He can download from our server via HTTP at 500KB+/sec

2) If he downloads the same file, from the same server, via FTP, it goes <1KB/sec.

I've had him try different FTP software; same result. Maybe his ISP is rate limiting FTP?

Every other customer can download fine via HTTP and FTP, and all my tests from various testing servers I have around the world show good speeds from both.

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Jun 29, 2008

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May 16, 2015

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The certificate is already activated and can be verified trough; [URL] ....

Code:
proxy_error_log:2015/05/16 16:35:00 [crit] 21266#0: *2336 SSL_do_handshake() failed (SSL: error:140A1175:SSL routines:SSL_BYTES_TO_CIPHER_LIST:inappropriate fallback) while SSL handshaking, client: 64.41.200.106, server: 151.80.117.38:443
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2. Hide the URL in the code.

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Mar 7, 2008

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My questions is: After applying this SSL certificate, which adds an S, will the link saved in my users favorites still work? Or do I have to add some HTML code that will redirect them?

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I am maintaining a site that is totally on a secure folder. I have been asked to make only the things like the cart to be secure and to make the rest of the site non-secure.

there is an https and an http folder on the server all of the site is now on the https folder. I thought all I needed to do is move the pages I wanted to be non-secure to the http folder and then use an absolute address when I needed to refer betweem them.

I called my hosting people (the people who originally developer the site and made it all secure before handing to it me) and asked them about what all I need to do. they said its very complicated because I am dealing with 2 different root directories and didn't offer me much info on how to do it myself instead they just said if I can't figure it out they will do it for a price.

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Apr 17, 2014

I'm using Concrete5 CMS to create a website. This CMS creates/manages all its webpages in a mySQL database. Thus, there is no physical folder associated with each webpage, so I can't simply create an .htaccess file and place it in the directory tree in the right sub-folder to restrict access for that sub-folder and all folders it contains.

I have one .htaccess file located at the root level (e.g top-level folder for the website).

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For example, let's say my website is [URL] ....

And I want to restrict access to the [URL] ....

and my .htaccess file is located at

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Jun 16, 2009

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Apr 28, 2008

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