Redirect port 443 to port 80
adam at npjh.com
Sat May 31 16:52:07 UTC 2008
I just went ahead and setup a web server to do it for me. Although I had
the impression Perlbal could do it. Thanks for the clarification.
On Thu, 29 May 2008, Wareing, Jonty wrote:
> Not easily. You could write a simple service plugin that just returns a
> Location: redirect header and have that listen on port 80, but that's a
> bit nasty.
> You're better off just having a rule in your apache conf to do it unless
> you have a really weird setup.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: perlbal-bounces at lists.danga.com on behalf of Adam Flott
> Sent: Wed 28/05/2008 23:50
> To: perlbal at lists.danga.com
> Subject: Redirect port 443 to port 80
> Can Perlbal redirect the client to port 443 when they try to connect to
> port 80? And if so, how?
> For example, the user types http://example.com, I want them to be
> redirected to https://example.com. I would rather avoid having to run a
> separate web server to do it.
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