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From "Pulkit Singhal" <>
Subject Re: Questions regarding SSL
Date Thu, 15 Feb 2007 03:08:05 GMT
Can we have a look at the connectors chunk of your server.xml file?

On 2/14/07, Bryant McClellan <> wrote:
> I've tried to do my homework but I'm still having trouble with getting
> HTTPS to work.
> For starters:
> Server is Windows 2003 Standard Server, SP1.
> Java version is jdk1.5.0_04 plus update 11.
> Tomcat version is 5.5.20. Tomcat is set up to run as a service using the
> native dlls.
> I've built a keystore, created a CSR, gotten a cert from InstantSSL and
> loaded the 3 certificates from InstantSSL into the keystore.
> Next I modified server.xml to enable 8443, refer to the location of the
> keystore and provide the password. Then I restarted Tomcat
> HTTP works fine with either 8080 or 8443, returning the splash page. If I
> use HTTPS, IE eventually times out with the generic DNS error page. It is
> consistent in this whether I use localhost, the ip address or the eventual
> domain name (presently set up in the hosts file for testing).
> I've reinstalled Java and Tomcat thinking I missed something. I got a
> replacement cert and built a new keystore. Same results.
> There are no errors logged relative to this in either the windows logs or
> the Tomcat logs.
> I'm new at Java and Tomcat so I'd appreciate a pointer or two on where to
> look next.
> G Bryant McClellan
> Data Management Project Lead
> T 260.429.3299
> F 260.429.1762
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