[unclug] Redirect 80 ---> 443 with Apache?

Brian Payst brian_payst at unc.edu
Fri Feb 20 10:39:29 EST 2004


I've had issues in the past with Apache where the order in which I was 
loading modules caused different behaviors. This was with 1.3.x, and 
with mod_dav, but maybe try changing the module loading sequence?

John W. Sopko Jr. wrote:

> I tried this at first, a re-direct causes a loop, you come in on port
> 80, see the redirect, come in on port 443, see the Redirect, come in on 
> port 443 see the Redirect....Can probably get to work with virtual 
> servers. I just wanted a simple way when going to port 80 to go to
> port 443 like Jeff did. I think there is some issue in apaceh 2.x.
> 
> Also if you use regular expressions you need to use "RedirectMatch" 
> instead of plain "Redirect"
> 
> John Reuning wrote:
> 
>> The main thing that rewriting offers over redirecting is the transparent
>> translation of urls from http to https, right?  Can the Redirect
>> directive take patters and insert them via $1, $2, etc?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> -jrr
>>
>>
>>> | RewriteRule    ^/(.*) http://yahoo.com [L,R,NC]
>>
>>
>>
>>>  Redirect permanent .* https://newlocation.com
>>
>>
>>
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