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From David Cassidy <da...@twocats.co.uk>
Subject Re: Tomcat Https loadbalancing??
Date Thu, 03 Dec 2009 13:42:58 GMT
It would be interesting if you are running on non-standard ports (ie not 
80 and 443 )
to see what happens....

D

On 03/12/09 13:40, David Cassidy wrote:
> Chris,
>
> You're right - nice one.
> I'd always put in the extra properties into my connector config
> the proxyport , redirect port whether it was secure or not.
> but it works as you described if you don't tell it all the extra 
> settings.
>
> Nice thanks
>
> D
>
> On 02/12/09 21:29, Christopher Schultz wrote:
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>> David,
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>> On 11/25/2009 6:06 AM, David Cassidy wrote:
>>> If you want your tomcat to ever know that its getting a secure request
>>> you'll need 2 ajp connectors - one as the default is "not secure"
>>> the other needs to say "i'm secure" otherwise when you do a
>>> transport-guarantee in your web.xml
>>> your client will be in an infinite loop
>>> as tomcat never sees a "secure" request....
>> I call BS on this one: the AJP protocol can indicate whether a
>> particular request is secure or not: the use of two AJP connectors is
>> certainly not required.
>>
>> - -chris
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