Enable ssl (https) for port 8000 (other than 80)

Keywords: Django - Bitnami Cloud Hosting - How to - Secure Connections (SSL/HTTPS)

Description:
I have an index.html file in my document root running as my web frontend which is dependant on a backend API is served at port 8000 on the same server. After configuring with bncert-tool, My frontend HTTP://mydomain.org.np is properly redirected to HTTPS. But the server is still not secure and only works on HTTP://mydomain.org.np.

What are the steps to getting a secure port system?

Hello @72bct627,

Could you please take a look at this previous case?

Regards

thank you for your reply @davidg. IMO the problem is little bit different. I’m trying to access my backend on port 8000 and frontend is on default 80.
After configuring with bncert-tool, mydomain.org.np successfully redirects to https but still mydomain.org.np:8000 does not work with https. I have to request on HTTP: endpoint for backend service and the browser does not allow requesting to HTTP from HTTPS setup.

code generated by my support tool: 8952183b-2cba-b934-d1be-e5abeffa87fe

Hi @72bct627,

Since this is a technical issue, could you please open a new ticket as Technical Issue instead of How To:

Screenshot 2021-07-16 at 10.05.30

You can share the same support ID and refers to the case there.

Regards

This topic was automatically closed 14 days after the last reply. New replies are no longer allowed.