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From Christopher Schultz <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Secured connection between Apache Httpd and Tomcat over AJP protocol
Date Wed, 25 May 2016 15:55:49 GMT
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On 5/25/16 10:16 AM, Mohanavelu Subramanian wrote:
> Hi All,
> Good Morning.
> I have Httpd process and Tomcat instances both running on 2
> different machines. The communication between them happens through
> AJP protocol (mod_jk) which doesnt support encryption. But we are
> using some features of mod_jk like automatic passing of security
> information like SSL certificate to tomcat which inturn is accessed
> in our application, validated and verified.
> Now, we have requirement to make the communication between them as
> Secured. Since AJP doesnt support encryption, I came to know that
> we need to use SSH, IPSec. But I could not find any proper document
> to configure SSH or IPSec for AJP. Could please share if you any.
> I have considered mod_proxy_http as well for supporting security
> which is easy to configure as well. But as I mentioned above we are
> already making use mod_jk features. Again it will require more
> efforts to migrate from mod_jk to mod_proxy_http.

- -chris
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