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Strip SSL with Apache mod_proxy part two

Greetings, reader.

This tutorial is the second part of the setup instructions how to Strip SSL part of a request with Apache mod_proxy. Lets remind you what the situation was. We have server A which has SSL support and can handle the initial request. Then we have server B which is supposed actually to handle the request but doesn”t support SSL. The goal is to relay the request which landed on Server A and to pass it to Server B

You can read the first part of the tutorial here Strip SSL with Apache mod_proxy part one

So the first part ended up with configuring a virtual host to handle HTTP request on Server A.

Now we need to configure a virtual host to handle HTTPS requests. Open /usr/local/apache2/conf/extra/httpd-ssl.conf with your favorite editor.

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