Serving pages from non-SSL server through Netscape SSL

Serving pages from non-SSL server through Netscape SSL

Post by Chad » Wed, 16 Sep 1998 04:00:00


  What I would like to do is use our SSL server (Netscape Enterprise
Server 3.5.1) as a
front end to another non-SSL web server on another machine.  Is there a
way for all routing to go through the secure Netscape server?


1. SSL support for non-SSL web server

I have a proprietary web server that is tightly integrated with out
applications and database. It works well. But it does not support SSL.
Is there anyway I can add a proxy server or other software/hardware
setup to allow the browser to have an SSL link to the 'proxy' and the
proxy allow unencrypted links to the web server? I'm not a networking
tech jock, but I do need a solution. I been to many 'firewall'
providers web sites but all of them say they understand my need, but
have no options for me.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Count Darling
Budgetext Corp

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