In your example, using port 8888, is it necessary to use port other
than 80? Or you assumed port 80 was used when you created the example?
On 10/6/06, Yutaka Sato <email@example.com> wrote:
> In message <_A3533@delegate-en.ML_> on 10/06/06(13:38:03)
> you "Lito Kusnadi" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> |I have an application server which transfer XML file to a remote
> |server using the HTTP POST method. The application server I have
> |cannot use HTTPS, while the remote server (owned by different company)
> |only accept the XML document in HTTPS.
> Mediating between a HTTP client and a HTTPS server can be done with a
> DeleGate (as a "reverse proxy") which accepts a connection in HTTP
> from a client then connects to a server in HTTPS as folows:
> delegated -Plocalhost:8888 SERVER=http MOUNT="/* https://server/*" STLS=fsv
> Then setup the client in HTTP to access to "http://localhost:8888"
> instead of "https://server".
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