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From Sunil Rao <parle...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Installing httpd-2.2.15 with mod_ssl to use SSL Certificate files
Date Tue, 07 Jun 2011 13:41:16 GMT
Thanks Mark.

Our goal is to build a proxy server to host it outside the DMZ and redirect https traffic
to our internal application web server. So we need to understand what are all the tasks that
needs to be done.

- What operating system or OS distribution are you running?  What version?
Apache Details:
Server version: Apache/2.2.15 (Unix)
Server built:   Jun  6 2011 16:10:26
OS Version: Linux 2.6.32-100.28.11.el6.x86_64


- Are you compiling Apache HTTP Server from source, or are you using a package built for you
by someone else?  If a package built for you by someone else, what package and version?
httpd-2.2.15.tar

- Will you be using a commercial SSL certificate, a self-signed SSL certificate, or do you
need to set up your own Certification Authority?  (If you don't know the differences, or how
to decide, please ask.)
We shall be using Verisign

- Do you already have Apache HTTP Server installed and functioning correctly for non-SSL protected
(HTTP) content?  If not, get this working first before trying to get SSL protected content
(HTTPS) working.
Configured port 8008 in httpd.conf and I am able to start httpd process and access the http://servername.domainname:8008
from Internet Browser internally



--- On Mon, 6/6/11, Mark Montague <mark@catseye.org> wrote:

> From: Mark Montague <mark@catseye.org>
> Subject: Re: [users@httpd] Installing httpd-2.2.15 with mod_ssl to use SSL Certificate
files
> To: users@httpd.apache.org, parlekar@yahoo.com
> Date: Monday, June 6, 2011, 10:19 PM
>  On June 6, 2011 19:29 , Sunil Rao
> <parlekar@yahoo.com>
> wrote:
> > We have installed httpd-2.2.15 with mod_ssl module.
> However, when we view mod_ssl.h, we do not see references to
> use SSL Certificate files (server.crt and server.key). We
> are new to the Apache Installation process, so please help
> us in understanding as to how do we incorporate the SSL
> Certificate access within mod_ssl module?
> 
> mod_ssl.h is part of the source code for mod_ssl; you
> should not attempt to modify it.
> 
> You configure mod_ssl by adding mod_ssl directives to your
> Apache HTTP Server configuration file.  This file is
> usually named httpd.conf.  A list of the mod_ssl
> configuration directives is available at http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_ssl.html
> 
> Here are some questions that might help us help you:
> 
> - What operating system or OS distribution are you
> running?  What version?
> 
> - Are you compiling Apache HTTP Server from source, or are
> you using a package built for you by someone else?  If
> a package built for you by someone else, what package and
> version?
> 
> - Will you be using a commercial SSL certificate, a
> self-signed SSL certificate, or do you need to set up your
> own Certification Authority?  (If you don't know the
> differences, or how to decide, please ask.)
> 
> - Do you already have Apache HTTP Server installed and
> functioning correctly for non-SSL protected (HTTP)
> content?  If not, get this working first before trying
> to get SSL protected content (HTTPS) working.
> 
> --
>   Mark Montague
>   mark@catseye.org
> 
> 
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