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HttpsRedirectionMiddleware will not redirect to HTTPS if no port is available #301

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jkotalik opened this Issue May 14, 2018 · 0 comments

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jkotalik commented May 14, 2018

We have changed the behavior of the HttpsRedirectionMiddleware between 2.1.0-preview2 to 2.1.0-rc1. Instead of always redirecting a request to HTTPS, we will now not redirect to HTTPS if no port is available. The HTTPS port can be specified by setting HttpsRedirectionOptions.HttpsPort, setting the ASPNETCORE_HTTPS_PORT environment variable, or by setting an HTTPS url in launchsettings.json.

If you want to continue keeping the original behavior the HttpsRedirectionMiddleware which redirects to port 443, you can set the HttpsRedirectionOptions.HttpsPort = 443.


Please use aspnet/BasicMiddleware#329 for further discussion.

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