I will need to look at your suggestion some more to understand how it will
pass 443 traffic to the backend server, I only see definitions for port 80.
Since I am using pfsense and the haproxy package I will also have to figure
out how to define peers as that does not seem to be available in the
So basically, here is what you want to do:
# read the doc for the info to store here
stick-table type ip size 10k peers mypeers
stick on src
server s1 a.b.c.d check port 80
humm...not sure I know how to answer that...we have servers that require
SSL for some requests and not for others. I am not needing to do anything
other than pass the traffic along, not doing any inspection or verifying of
cert or anything. I tried to setup a frontend with 2 servers in the
Do you want/need to decipher the traffic when using SSL?
On Mon, Oct 12, 2015 at 4:24 PM, Daren Sefcik wrote:
> I am probably totally overlooking something but how do I configure a
> frontend/backend to pass to the same server for both SSL and Non
I am probably totally overlooking something but how do I configure a
frontend/backend to pass to the same server for both SSL and Non SSL
requests? We have server that require ssl for some applications but most
of the time not.
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