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From "Joost de Heer" <sang...@xs4all.nl>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] https redirect
Date Fri, 24 Jun 2005 21:13:25 GMT
> We now see the need to move the non-secure site to it's own server.  So I
> need apache to redirect all the non-secure traffic from the old server to
> the new server, and all the secure traffic from the new server to the old
> server.  I have accomplished the non-secure traffic of the old server to
> be
> redirected, but I can't get the new server secure traffic to be
> redirected.
>
> is this even possible?

If I get this correct:

Current situation:
http://domain and https://domain both point to the current machine

New situation:
http://domain to the new machine, https://domain to the current machine.

Possible solution:

have DNS point 'domain' to the current machine, and use reverse proxying
to pass the http-requests to the new machine.

Joost


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