I am using DNN with eCommerce capabilities across a balanced set of servers. I would like to have SSL managed at the Stingray level and only pass unencrypted data to the webservers. In DNN I can enable SSL, but not require it. I have setup a Service, eCom, with internal IP 192.168.1.10. This is then connected to two virtual servers: eComHTTP listening on port 80 and connected to a pool called eCom eComSSL listening on port 443 and connected to the same ecom pool the ecom pool has two servers both using port 80: eComS1: 192.168.1.15 eComS2: 192.168.1.16 Here's what I am trying to do: Use SSL only for the page that accepts payment: https://ecom.domain.com/default.aspx?tabid=111 If I don't require SSL on the DNN server it will not request the page be called using SSL. If I require SSL, it is looking for a connection on 443 for the inbound data. Is there a way to use traffic script to set SSL for this page and have the Stingray handle all of the SSL encryption/decryption? OR is there a better way to configure this whole thing? thanks in advance?
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