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From "Chris Edwards" <chris.edwa...@obinet.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] how to rewrite 443 port to another
Date Wed, 31 Dec 2003 17:11:14 GMT
> Remember that SSL happens above the
> entire HTTP protocol level, so to get to the point of being able to
> issue a redirect, all of the certificate authentication and key exchange
> has already taken place.

What I'm trying to accomplish is having someone come in on port 443, and be
directed to port 4443.

I don't want the url to change and I don't want the certificate prompts to
say the domain doesn't match.

>From your previous statement.  This sounds impossible.  Am I right?

-- 
Chris Edwards
Web Application Developer
Outer Banks Internet, Inc.
252-441-6698
chris.edwards@obinet.com
http://www.OuterBanksInternet.com



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