[ZendTo] Antwort: Front ending Zendto with an F5 HTTP/SSL appliance

patrick.gaikowski at kaufland.com patrick.gaikowski at kaufland.com
Mon Jul 8 19:15:14 BST 2013

Hi Brad,

the F5 is able to intercept HTTPS-connection to client side and also to
server side. Your request will be intercepted, loadbalanced and encrypted
to the Backend server. For the backend the request comes with HTTPS.




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Von:	"Brad Beckenhauer" <bbecken at aafp.org>
An:	<zendto at zend.to>
Datum:	08.07.2013 16:29
Betreff:	[ZendTo]  Front ending Zendto with an F5 HTTP/SSL appliance
Gesendet von:	zendto-bounces at zend.to

We've been successfully running Zendto for some time and we now have a need
to move Zendto behind an F5 load balancer appliance and let the appliance
handle all the SSL certs instead of Zendto.

We've hit a snag where some of the Zendto code appears to be forcing HTTPS
( eg verify.php, ayah.php, pickup.php to name a few).

It would be nice if we could simply disable HTTPS/SSL in the preferences.

Has anyone else been successful in front ending Zendto with an SSL
If so, would you please share how you did it.

thanks in advance

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