Re: hide https port
Date: Tue, 12 Aug 2008 23:07:27 +1000
Yes I believe reverse proxies will work, I think you will be able to redirect the port, other ones are suitable load balancers, such as the F5 units.
On Tue, 2008-08-12 at 12:45 +0530, Kumar Madduri wrote:
> Is it possible to mask the https port to the end user. I am not using
> the default port (443). If I use port 8888 for example, the end user
> sees https://myurl:8888 when they render the page. Is is possible for
> me to hide 8888 so the end user only sees https://myurl.
> I am thinking reverse proxy or proxy pass might work.. While I am
> trying that, I thought I will ask the list if there are any other ways
> to do this.
> Thank you
> - Kumar