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How to force SNI only connections, or have a fallback non-SNI server?

Tiago Freire
July 13, 2010 04:04PM
Hi,

I have heard about nginx before, and I am now considering to use it for
several reasons, perfomance is one of them.

I have to put several servers with EV certificates behind a single IP
though, and I noticed nginx supports SNI.

I know that not all browsers support SNI, but we are developing web
applications where we can give ourselves the luxury of being a bit picky
about browser support.

What was not clear in the documentation was: does enabling SNI support
forces all connections to be SNI, or old browsers will still 'work'?
I understood that old browsers would only be able to go to the default
server.

If running with SNI still accepts old browsers, is there a configuration
option to force SNI-only connections?

Otherwise, is there any way to segregate SNI and non-SNI connections and
send them to different servers?

Best regards
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Tiago Mikhael Pastorello Freire a.k.a. Brazilian Joe
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How to force SNI only connections, or have a fallback non-SNI server?

Tiago FreireJuly 13, 2010 04:04PM

Re: How to force SNI only connections, or have a fallback non-SNI server?

Igor SysoevJuly 14, 2010 03:36AM

Re: How to force SNI only connections, or have a fallback non-SNI server?

Tiago FreireJuly 14, 2010 12:24PM

Re: How to force SNI only connections, or have a fallback non-SNI server?

Igor SysoevJuly 14, 2010 12:52PM

Re: How to force SNI only connections, or have a fallback non-SNI server?

Alex SergeyevJuly 14, 2010 01:08PM

Re: How to force SNI only connections, or have a fallback non-SNI server?

Tiago FreireJuly 14, 2010 02:52PM

Re: How to force SNI only connections, or have a fallback non-SNI server?

Igor SysoevJuly 14, 2010 04:12PM

Re: How to force SNI only connections, or have a fallback non-SNI server?

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