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The IP address is irrelevant to whether it is HTTP or HTTPS. It is part
of the underlying IP protocol that is the basis for all TCP/IP networking.
This is the process I would take:
1) Perform an inventory of the software running on the system.
2) Determine which software using HTTP. (In most cases, this is pretty
obvious, like you may have the Apache server, WebSphere, Tomcat, nginx,
so they are pretty obvious. Sometimes other applications will have an
HTTP server built-in for some other purpose like configuration, though.)
3) Review the documentation for each package to see how to update it to
use TLS. (Or call their support, etc.)
This really shouldn't be a difficult project.
On 10/18/2022 4:00 PM, Alan Campin wrote:
I have been giveen a task at my work to find everywhere in our system that
is using HTTP for conversion to HTTPS. Anybody got an idea how I would find
all the places in the system that would have an HTTP IP address?
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