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From "Chris Gordon" <CGor...@aires.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] How to configure http and https for same hostname
Date Wed, 13 Mar 2013 13:18:53 GMT
Hello,
 
If you are trying to setup so that all requests for either http or https go to https I would
use a rewrite rule.  You can use a virtual host for https, listen on both http port and https
port and then add a rewrite rule to your httpd.conf.  There are examples that can be found
easily, but the documentation is always a great place to start.  Look for documentation on
mod_rewrite.
 
Regards,
-Chris 

>>> <vitthal.tcs@tatamotors.com> 3/13/2013 8:59 AM >>>

Hi,
 
How to configure http and https for same hostname. Any good document.
 
Regards
Vitthal 
 

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