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Re: HTTPS - NGINX with Passenger webservers behind F5 load balancer

Oleksandr V. Typlyns'kyi
March 09, 2011 09:26AM
Today Mar 9, 2011 at 14:39 Jarek Zmudzinski wrote:

> Communication between user and load balancer is going through
> port 443 and between load balancer and webservers is going through
> port 80.
>
> What would be the correct nginx configuration for webservers, so they
> don't redirect https://... connections to http://....

Rails honor X-Forwarded-Proto header.
Try insert it on F5:
http://devcentral.f5.com/Forums/tabid/1082223/asg/50/showtab/groupforums/aff/5/aft/26643/afv/topic/Default.aspx

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HTTPS - NGINX with Passenger webservers behind F5 load balancer

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