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From Crypto Sal <>
Subject Re: SSL with multiple Tomcat instances
Date Wed, 26 Aug 2009 20:48:15 GMT
It's very strange that one works and the other does not especially since
they're from the same CA and presenting the same information. (Just
different common names) I can't connect to your external site [webadvisor]
via Firefox 3.5 or Chrome 4.0 due to the fact that your CA's OCSP responder
is down.[ Error Code: 403 Forbidden. The server denied the specified Uniform
Resource Locator (URL). Contact the server administrator. (12202) ].  I have
to disable OCSP in Firefox 3.5 to continue, but I do get a valid connection.

Has the error message changed at all since we've been working? Or are you
still getting a response that relates to "Unknown Issuer"?

On Wed, Aug 26, 2009 at 9:01 AM, Don Prezioso <> wrote:

> Sal,
> Thanks again.
> When I connect using port 8443 or 443, or using the FQDN or the IP address,
> I get the same response from the s_client request.
> The reason I am using port 8443 is so I don't have to have root running the
> tomcat instance. My understanding was that you had to be root to allocate
> ports under 1024. Just to have that extra little bit of security we have a
> user 'tomcat' that runs the tomcat instances. I didn't want to have to
> specify the port number in URLs, and we had some problems with people who
> weren't able to connect out through their company's firewall on port 8443,
> so we wanted to make it appear that they were connecting on port 443, but
> really be using 8443.
> So, when I connect in a browser, I use
> Don

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