Am 13-08-2015 08:45, schrieb Baptiste:
No, HAProxy doesn't pass through.
What you mean by passthrough would be something like:
Maybe that this 'passthrough' wording comes from openshift document
or from the RedHat doc?
The haproxy template can be found here.
Do you know that openshift use haproxy for his routing layer?
On Thu, Aug 13, 2015 at 4:53 AM, Sandeep Jindal <sandeep...@gmail.com>
Not sure if that answers my question. What you suggested is to enable
My use case if one step further. Once HAProxy receives the SSL
after decrypting it, use case require to manipulate headers and then
forward the request to a a bendend server which is SSL enabled.
It seems HAProxy can "pass through" SSL certificates but not start new
certificate for Backend.
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On Fri, Jul 31, 2015 at 2:11 AM, Baptiste <bed...@gmail.com> wrote:
On Fri, Jul 31, 2015 at 4:12 AM, Sandeep Jindal
> Hi All,
> My use case is to Manipulate Request Headers of the incoming request.
> So, for this, I would need to create a new SSL certificate, but it seems
> HTTP level.
> Can you please suggest if this is possible and how?
> Sandeep Jindal
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Simply create your certificate with openssl, and enable enable 'ssl'
and 'crt /path/to/your/cert' on your bind line in your HAProxy