[stunnel-users] How to use stunnel as a HTTPS to HTTPS reverse proxy
claudio.beretta at helloinnovation.com
Thu Feb 25 17:17:51 CET 2016
José, that did the trick!
On Thu, Feb 25, 2016 at 12:07 AM, Josealf.rm <josealf at rocketmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Claudio,
> What happens if you Try client = no for proxy1 and client = yes for proxy2?
> El 23 feb 2016, a las 12:13, Claudio Beretta <
> claudio.beretta at helloinnovation.com> escribió:
> I'd like Stunnel to act as a reverse proxy that accepts TLS 1.0 and TLS
> 1.2 for https://example.com and then forwards the traffic to
> https://example.net, another web server that only accepts TLS 1.2
> browser --TLS 1.0 or 1.2--> Stunnel --TLS 1.2--> Web App
> The browser should have no idea that example.net even exists (only
> example.com certificate will be presented to the browser).
> Is this something Stunnel can do?
> This is what I got so far:
> cert = example.com.pem
> client = yes
> accept = 10.100.4.179:443
> connect = localhost:54323
> CAfile = sca.server1.crt.pem
> ;verify = 2
> client = no
> accept = localhost:54323
> connect = example.net:443
> ;CAfile = SymantecClass3EVSSLCA-G3.pem
> example.com.pem contains the public and decrypted private key for
> sca.server1.crt.pem contains the intermediate and root certificates of the
> CA that issues the example.com.pem certificate
> It partially works: the browser shows example.com in the address bad and
> the content of example.net, but the certificate that is returned is from
> What am I doing wrong?
> Or do you have other recommendations to get something like this working on
> Windows Server 2008 R2? (IIS + Application Request Routing + URL Rewrite
> won't work: TLS1.2 is not properly supported)
> Thank you
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