IDP is not running well on remote unix server.
peter.schober at univie.ac.at
Tue Feb 19 03:41:50 EST 2013
* David Gersic <dgersic at niu.edu> [2013-02-18 21:24]:
> >>> On 2/15/2013 at 10:36 AM, sumanth jagga <sjagga at hotmail.com> wrote:
> > Please note I am not running webserver before the tomcat. I want to test
> > accessing tomcat first through my server.xml setting. I have put that in my
> > previous note.
> You still have to have 443 as the port. Without a web server front
> end, you can use iptables to redirect 443 to 8443. I'm pretty sure
> this is in the documentation.
There's nothing mandating the use of any specific port, of course.
But if you want to run the webserver (intended for access by people
using their web browser) on, say, port 8443 you'll need to set up
another port for SOAP requests ("back channel"), in case you need to
support those. And do the mental mapping yourself, since the
documentation assumes 443 as standard HTTPS port and uses 8443 for the
SOAP requests (using client authentication based on trust fabric
certificates; something completely different).
More information about the users