Redirecting requests from 8153 and blocking access to the same


 
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MySQL Redirecting requests from 8153 and blocking access to the same

Hey All,

Problem:

I have a application which runs on port 8153 (http) and on 8154 (https). For design reasons i can not block tcp connections to 8153.

How do i forward all requests from http 8153 to https 8154( this would be the ideal solution)

Or
redirect all requests that come to http localhost 8153 to https localhost

I have been able to achieve the following: redirect any request that is coming for http localhost 8153 to https localhost
I have the following in my ssl.cof

ProxyPass / http ://localhost:8153
ProxyPassReverse / http ://localhost:8153

In this setup, how do i stop direct access to http //localhost:8153 ( i can not use anything like iptables drop)

Any help is appreciated
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What OS? (please show output of uname -a)
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output if uname -a

2.6.18-128.el5 #1 SMP Wed Dec 17 11:41:38 EST 2008 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

Redhat 5.3
 

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