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revised Load balancing based on client certificate with Apache mod_proxy_ajp and Tomcat
I needed to put the Rewrite rules in a Proxy directive to make this work, otherwise the rewrites assumed files. Also added /lookup to the second part of the RewriteRules.
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comment Load balancing based on client certificate with Apache mod_proxy_ajp and Tomcat
@ShareMadden I could not get option #1 to work. It turned out that option #2 was better for what we wanted to do anyway. I made small edits to option #2 to get it to work. Thanks. John
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comment Load balancing based on client certificate with Apache mod_proxy_ajp and Tomcat
let us continue this discussion in chat
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comment Load balancing based on client certificate with Apache mod_proxy_ajp and Tomcat
I tried your changes but I'm still getting a 404. I don't think the RewriteCond at hitting but I am seeing the caller's SSL_CLIENT_S_DN_CN in the ssl_log output. I think I must be missing something. I'm heading out but will try again tomorrow. +1 for your help.
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comment Load balancing based on client certificate with Apache mod_proxy_ajp and Tomcat
In my error_log, I'm seeing the message "File /data/www/html/lookup does not exist" in the error log. Seems to be the source of the 404 but I don't understand why it's looking there.
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comment Load balancing based on client certificate with Apache mod_proxy_ajp and Tomcat
just /lookup. One change I've made is to use SSL_CLIENT_S_DN_CN to get just the common name and not the entire DN.
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comment Load balancing based on client certificate with Apache mod_proxy_ajp and Tomcat
I'm trying to make option #2 work but so far I keep getting a Not_Found (404) when I try to access /lookup. I've turned on some logging (RewriteLog) and it seems like the RewriteCond is not matching. It's like the SSL_CLIENT_S_DN variable is not set, yet I'm sure the client cert is being passed because I check it in the Tomcat app.
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