[CentOS] Having problems with SSL and Apache on CentOS

Sun Apr 24 00:36:16 UTC 2005
Ed Clarke <clarke at cilia.org>

I would bet (not a lot but...) that you haven't opened port 443 in
your firewall.

-A RH-Firewall-1-INPUT -m state --state NEW -m tcp -p tcp --dport 443 -j 

Put that all on one line in /etc/sysconfig/iptables and then do

service iptables restart

Hope this works for you.

Mark Weaver wrote:
> Edward Croft wrote:
>> I had a RH7.3 box that provided some web services, but the hard drive
>> recently started to throw errors. So I got another drive and built  a
>> new system using CentOS4. Unfortunately, there is no one to one as far
>> as Apache since COS4 uses Apache 2 and there is a dramatic difference
>> in the way the config files are done. I have managed to get it to
>> recognize the directory on my other drive after finding the selinux
>> commands to allow that directory to be used. I can get to the startup
>> page if I go through port 80. I also have it redirecting to our main
>> webserver and that works. However, if I try to go to secure http, I
>> get an error stating that some data may have been sent but it does not
>> present the certificate to be accepted. Because this is an internet
>> exposed box, I prefer to leave selinux intact. Am I missing something?
>> apachectl configtest, says all is OK. Apache starts. I just can't
>> connect to the server.
>> Any help would be appreciated.
>> Thanks.
>> Ed.
> Ed,
> What does your config look like?