We recently began to use Stingray on our datacenter and I have a simple question about this.
Do you think this is possible to use Stingray in order to transform a simple HTTP website into a HTTPS page ?
We'de like to publish other the internet one application and encrypt the traffic to this webpage with a certificate published directly on the Stingray appliance.
I don't know if we could use the Stingray as a reverse SSL proxy.
Hi Gael - yes, you can use Stingray to do exactly as you describe.
There are a couple of gotchas to watch out for. These arise because the webserver still thinks that it's serving content over http; it does not know that clients must access by https.
That's great ! it works with a simple website.
I will next try to publish a complete site with links and test that everything is working