Radio_Head

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SSL is not working on my site , https:// doesn't work .
What I have to do to reconfigure it or what can i do to make it
work again ? May I reinstall openSSL ?

Any help appreciated.
 

Radio_Head

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I tried to restart the server and now https works fine only whm on port 2087 . https does not work on all other ip addresses on port 80 , please help !!!!
 

Radio_Head

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I analyzed the /usr/local/apache/logs/ssl_engine_log file ,
and there is no error reported

I analyzed the /usr/local/apache/logs/error_log

and I noticed the following error when I attempted to call
an ip address or a domain name with https://
&Invalid method in request&

Finally I tried from shell
httpd startssl

and no problem has been reported .


Any suggestion ?
 

Radio_Head

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I contacted dialtone (my dedicated server provider) and they replied that the problem is not on their end because they was able to open my ip addresses using port 443 (?)

Please HELP !!!!
 

saj

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Hi radiohead,

Please tell me how u solved the issue. I am facing the same issue
 

sumith

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hello guys,

Please check whether apf is installed on the server, and if it is installed, check the file /etc/apf/conf.apf and check whether port 443 is blocked. Also, check for other firewall settings if there any block setup for the port 443.
If so, disable it and try the same again.

If there is no firewall blocks on the server, try the command


/usr/local/apache/bin/httpd startssl

service httpd stop

service httpd start

When I did the above steps, the issue got resolved

Regards,
sumith
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Kerstin

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The commands ;)

/usr/local/apache/bin/httpd startssl
service httpd stop
service httpd start

should clear the blocked port 443 and walking fine.

:eek: