Have tried setting up 2 virtual hosts, one on port 80 (http) and one on
port 443 (https and set up for SSL)?

Sometimes wizards aren't the best way to accomplish what you what.


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On Tue, Mar 5, 2019 at 9:37 AM Justin Taylor <JUSTIN@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I'm trying to allow optional HTTPS for an existing Apache server, but I
can't seem to make it optional. If SSL is Disabled or Optional, HTTPS
won't connect. If SSL is Enabled, HTTP won't connect. How can I get both
to function?

IBM Web Administration for i
Server > Security
SSL with Certificate Authentication tab
SSL dropdown (Disabled, Enabled, Option)

IBMi 7.3.

TIA
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