I’ve searched the forum and notice people having similar issues. Essentially cURL isn’t working when my site is configured with https.
I’ve tried the suggestions here to no avail:
Is there not a solution besides disabling https? I want keep this enabled because this is what I will use in production.
I need to get Nginx to listen on port 443 in my docker VM. I believe that will fix it.
This article help me fixed the issue. I added the line to the host file according to the steps provided and it fixed my 443 issue I was having.
I followed that same article which didn’t resolve it. Everytime the server would reboot, the host file would clear of that IP address. I am going to migrate back to Apache to see if that fixes it.
Same happens to me. It would be cool if we can make a “persistent” entry on that hosts file for every site. Not the best but would be a helpful workaround…
Can you please tell me exactly what you have added to the host file and my url is something like this https://proxy/authn/myConjurAccount/host%2FBotApp%2FmyDemoApp/authenticate .
Should i be giving the IP address 172.X.X.X and this url ?