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How open port 443 on apache http server

 
vellan vaz
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Hi,

I have configured SSL in weblogic 9.2.0, and it is working fine. I say this because when I try pointing the browser to weblogic server SSL works fine.

But in the real scenario the http/https request will first come to apache http server, and apache http server will foward it to weblogic server.

So when I try accessing the weblogic server through the apache http server, I can access the site over http but not https. I think this is because we need to open 443 port on apache server. so please tell me how to do that.




Thanking you in anticipation

vellan simon vaz
 
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The Apache Tomcat SSL How-to

Hope this helps
 
vellan vaz
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sorry buddy,

That is for configuring SSL. And that to in tomcat. I dont want to configure SSL, coz I have already done it in weblogic. I jest want to open port 443 on apache so that the https requests get fowarded to weblogic.


Plese help................thank you
 
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Originally posted by vellan vaz:
sorry buddy,

That is for configuring SSL. And that to in tomcat. I dont want to configure SSL, coz I have already done it in weblogic. I jest want to open port 443 on apache so that the https requests get fowarded to weblogic.


Plese help................thank you


Sorry for the misunderstanding
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Here is the link for SSL on Apache, anyways without configuring SSL on Apache, you wont be able to make https requests to it.
 
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