Maybe too simple, but if the first page returns as https://myhost/page I am wondering if there are hard coded http::// links on the site ie:
<a href="http://myhost/page2">page 2</a>
<a href="page2">page 2</a>
I'm setting up POUND for my entire corporation. We, however, cannot seem to
get the SSL working correct.
Here's our setup:
(Entire network is private):
Clients >> POUND >> BackendServer1/BackenedServer2
Every time our users get directed to the backend servers, the first page is
encrypted. However, all subsequent pages that the user clicks on, are not.
This is causing a major problem with our sensitive data. I'm also trying to
get port 80 to automatically re-directs to port 443. No luck with either one
so far. Any help you can provide is great appreciated! Thank you - Anne
Here's my pound.cfg:
# Main listening ports
AddHeader "X-SSL-Request: 1"
# redirect all requests for /forbidden
# Catch-all server(s)
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