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From MegaBrutal <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Redirection based on HTTP Host header
Date Thu, 19 Aug 2010 16:47:52 GMT

Just to clarify it: so you want to accept HTTP and HTTPS connections
on the same TCP port?


2010/8/19 Frank Zappo <>:
> Good day,
> Is there a way to specify directives to scan the HTTP Host header for
> specific attributes, and then redirect based upon the value of those
> attributes?  For example, I'd like my server to be configured such that my
> client can open an HTTPS session to the same address/port regardless of
> whether the client has an RSA-based certificate or an ECC-based
> certificate.  So, the server would check the HTTP Host header to determine
> the whether the client is ECC-capable and then redirect to a different
> ECC-capable port, otherwise it would use the default port.
> Or is there a better way to accomplish the same thing?  Any comments would
> be appreciated.
> Frank

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