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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 19145] - http to https redirect fails on non-standard ports
Date Mon, 02 Jun 2003 23:52:28 GMT
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http to https redirect fails on non-standard ports





------- Additional Comments From bugzilla@sbdconsultants.com  2003-06-02 23:52 -------
I tried to determine if the redirectPort was simply being ignored by leaving 
the HTTP connector port set to 80 and redirectPort set to 8443 while changing 
the HTTPS connector port to 443.  Tomcat was unable to perform the redirect 
correctly.

I created a second HTTPS connector to see if there was a "fallback" happening.  
The two connectors were configured to listen on port 443 and 8443.  The HTTP 
connector port value was 80.  This worked successfully.

When the HTTP connector was listening on port 8080, none of the redirection 
configurations functioned properly.

These symptoms seem to suggest that Tomcat is attempting to redirect to the 
redirectPort initially, but later falls back on the default SSL port (443).

This probably was probably never seen because of Tomcat's reliance on the 
Apache web server mod_ajp connector.

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