We are running GeoServer on http:// in IIS7 and have the application exposed to the public on port :8080. GeoServer works great on port :8080 and our customers use the map at our www website.
We now need to get GeoServer working on https://
We have a certificate installed on the iss site. The certificate is bound to 443 and being used by the website. The website makes calls to GeoServer which is on http:// on port 8080.
We are looking for help getting GeoServer working on https://
I am not sure if the approach is to
A) Install a certificate in Jetty
B) Use Windows ARR and set up a reverse proxy to
C) Other solution
I will provide additional details as needed. Feel free to email me the approach to support this update.
Thank you for reading.
Desired Skills Internet Information Services (IIS), Geographic Information System (GIS), GeoServer,Windows ARR
5 freelancers are bidding on average $328 for this job
Hi There Senior Systems Engineer here. I would like to complete this project for you. I can provide you with my windows server 2012 certifications as well. Please let me know when your available to discuss further.
I am an expert of IIS and I do manage more than 20 IIS servers. I would only need RDP access of your server or any other way so that I can sort it out in 1 day..