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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 29744] CONNECT does not work over existing SSL connection
Date Wed, 12 Mar 2008 09:25:24 GMT

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--- Comment #65 from Marek <>  2008-03-12 02:25:23 PST ---
Hi to all,

because I'm not allowed to run my own apache modules on the server I use, I'm
thinking about workaround.

For security reasons I really want to use HTTPS with basic auth.
I have one server listening on port 443, which removes SSL and through
mod_proxy sends the requests to other apaches (which listen on other ports).

I was thinking about doing the same with proxytunnel: master (first) apache
would remove the HTTPS and slave (second) apache would do base auth with the
original (from ASF) mod_connect.

Do you think it could somehow work?

Thank you,

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