Scenario: One web application in a port 8080, extended to the zone extranet for the purpose of the activation of the SSL layer on port 8180. The default zone is for anonymous access and, once the user logs in, it changes to the Https side. This is working fine, because the user is logging inside the https zone. Between Internet and the server there is a "black box" (aka. port redirector, reverse proxy or something, sorry but I don't really know) that redirects calls from
https://user_friendly_url redirects to
Internet side Internal side http://user_friendly_url --> http://server_ip:8080 (Zone: Default) https://user_friendly_url --> https://server_ip:8180 (Zone: Extranet)
I put this names to the "Alternate Access Mappings" section:
Internal URL Zone Public URL for Zone http://server_name:8080 Default http://user_friendly_url:8080 http://user_friendly_url:8080 Default http://user_friendly_url:8080 https://server_name:8180 Extranet https://user_friendly_url:8180 https://user_friendly_url:8180 Extranet https://user_friendly_url:8180
http part is working perfectly, I can connect to the whole site and the port translation works well. But when I try the secured site the navigator keeps connecting with no response.
I tried different names in the AAM section, with the same result (or worst).I look for the same situation on internet but I can't find anything that works for me. I used Fiddler to log the traffic:
CONNECT user_friendly_url:443 HTTP/1.1 ... HTTP/1.1 200 Connection Established ... GET https://user_friendly_url/initial_page.aspx HTTP/1.1 ... HTTP/1.1 500 Error Content-Type: text/html X-Backside-Transport: FAIL FAIL Connection: close
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks is advance...