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  1. #1
    Linux Guru techieMoe's Avatar
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    Aug 2004

    Tomcat 6, SSL https doesn't respond

    I have a bit of a problem at work. We have some applications running on a Tomcat 6.0.18 server, and we were recently asked to implement SSL on that server. I followed all the relevant documentation found on the Apache site and several people's blogs including generating a key, generating a CSR, sending off the CSR to a key verification company (we use Thawte), taking the resultant file and importing into the key, then moving the key to a spot in the Apache directory I can access easily. I then edited my server.xml to handle requests to port 8443.

    Pretty much all the tutorials I've tried are identical, and all is well until I get to this step:

    Test the SSL connection by replacing http: with https: and attempt to connect to localhost. All should work fine.
    Except that on my server, it doesn't. I've checked my server.xml file and the connection that I added matches theirs in the example verbatim (minus the key name and password of course).

    If I enter the address certain ways, it simply redirects to regular insecure http/8080. If I enter it with an s and port 8443 I get a long response time and then an error in the browser. If I give it an s and no port number I get a domain not found error. - Works fine - Domain not found - LONG response time, then a nonspecific error - redirects to regular http, port 8080.

    Is there something obvious I'm missing here?
    Registered Linux user #270181

  2. #2
    Linux Newbie
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    Apr 2008
    There are 2 things to check
    1. the connector of 8443 and socket
    2. check the port is open
    David Anand
    -->Success is the list of failures ...!!!

  3. #3

    Tomcat 6, SSL https doesn't respond

    I'm having the exact same problem with the exact same configuration:
    Tomcat 6
    SSL Certificate from Thawte

    Have you figured out what was going on?


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