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nishita_jain Absent Member.
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Enabling SSL Communication - Optionally


Hi,

Is it possible to configure NAM for secure communication conditionally.

For e.g one protected recourse can be accessed via HTTPS
*https://www.oneres.test.com*/doit/welcome.html
while another protected resource on same domain to be accessed over
HTTP
*http://www.oneres.test.com*/second/welcome.html

Anybody done this?

Thanks!


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Re: Enabling SSL Communication - Optionally

nishita jain wrote:

>
> Hi,
>
> Is it possible to configure NAM for secure communication
> conditionally.
>
> For e.g one protected recourse can be accessed via HTTPS
> *https://www.oneres.test.com*/doit/welcome.html
> while another protected resource on same domain to be accessed over
> HTTP
> *http://www.oneres.test.com*/second/welcome.html
>
> Anybody done this?


You can't do this I think unless you create two accelerators and you
put a smart load balancer in front of it that can differentiate between
http and https.

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Edward
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