Is it possible to turn off HTTPS

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  1. blapoint

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    Hello All

    Cisco Phones do not support HTTPS as far as I can tell for services. Is there a way to turn off HTTPS and just to use HTTP? If so could somebody explain the steps please.
     
  2. techieg

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    What are you trying to accomplish? As far as I know, you don't have to use HTTPS for phones. Just use your HTTP.
     
  3. blapoint

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    Thats exactly what I am trying to accomplish but I am unable to access any webpage or script on the server unless I prepend it with HTTPS.
     
  4. techieg

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    In that case, perhaps ports 80 HTTP and port 69 TFTP are not open on Elastix. This is another area that needs to be looked into especially now that a phone provisioner is being worked on.
     
  5. nothings_found

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    The question this user is asking. Is whether there is a possibility to disable https on the server side.

    If you notice every time you visit your Elastix you automatically get forwarded to https mode even if you access a file directly.

    Some application don't accept https yet.

    POINT: Disable https, or disable https forwarding
     
  6. blapoint

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    Exactly Karma, thanks for clarifing, I guess I did not do a good job explaining the problem.

    If anybody knows how to disable the forwarding of port 80 to the HTTPS port I would me most greatful.
     
  7. lek

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    In the file /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf, comment these lines:

    # RewriteEngine On
    # RewriteCond %{HTTPS} off
    # RewriteRule (.*) https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI}

    They start at line 341

    However, if you do this your elastix password will travel insecure over the network :(
     

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