On Mon, 2005-04-04 at 04:27, Adam Emery wrote:
> i was using the telnet/ssh thing as an example.
Not not a good one in my view.
> I don't understand why you
> would want to do that. Its sort of like webmin with ssl giving you a This
> web server is running in SSL mode. Try the URL https://192.168.1.150:65530/
> instead when you go to http instead of https.
Also a solution, but instead of sohwing that page, I'd just like to be
forwarded directly to the https page.
> I personally feel it is
> better to lock everything down. Again, that is just a personal thing.
Well, in principle I agree, but I could be make realy simple - just trow
"Location: https://$IP:$HTTPS_PORT" after anybody connecting to port 80.
I would say it could be done fairly simple and secure, if the input from
the browser doesn't need to bee parsed at all.
Henning Wangerin <post plus 050127 at henning dot wangerin dot dk>
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