[Twisted-web] Enforcing SSL for non-SSL requests

Marek Habersack grendel at caudium.net
Thu Aug 11 04:01:31 MDT 2005

On Thu, Aug 11, 2005 at 07:31:55AM +0300, Tommi Virtanen scribbled:
> Marek Habersack wrote:
> >>Your SSL problem has to do with trying to talk non-SSL protocols to an
> >>SSL port, as mentioned elsewhere in this thread.
> > 
> > Yes, I know, the client isn't starting the SSL handshake when it is expected
> > to - the real question was how to work around it using a single port (my 
> > client's requirement), but it seems I will have to use the standard two-port 
> > approach here.
> For HTTP, you can't do it (cleanly).
yeah, I know... the problem was that the client of mine saw that done under
IIS (I believe) and he wanted to have the same feature, but I guess I'll
convince them that it's a bad idea.

thanks for your help, best regards

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