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Configure Clojure web app to run with HTTPS support on Amazon Beanstalk #1

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podviaznikov opened this Issue Jun 7, 2013 · 5 comments

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podviaznikov commented Jun 7, 2013

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charlespwd Dec 17, 2014

Hey,

Love the post. Thanks for it. I have a question though.

"After uploading SSL certificate you need to edit configuration for your Beanstalk app. In the "Load balancer" section specify:
Secure listener port: 443
Protocol: HTTPS
SSL Certificate ID: Amazon Resource name that you received after certificate upload."

That's not very clear. What configuration are you talking about?

charlespwd commented Dec 17, 2014

Hey,

Love the post. Thanks for it. I have a question though.

"After uploading SSL certificate you need to edit configuration for your Beanstalk app. In the "Load balancer" section specify:
Secure listener port: 443
Protocol: HTTPS
SSL Certificate ID: Amazon Resource name that you received after certificate upload."

That's not very clear. What configuration are you talking about?

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Hey @charlespwd, I meant AWS Beanstalk configuration. You can open your app in the AWS, select "Configuration" menu and specify port, protocol and ssl certificate id. See my screen as an example:
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podviaznikov commented Dec 17, 2014

Hey @charlespwd, I meant AWS Beanstalk configuration. You can open your app in the AWS, select "Configuration" menu and specify port, protocol and ssl certificate id. See my screen as an example:
dreiser-prd_-_configuration_and_inbox

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@charlespwd were you able to figure it out? I got you comment, but now it's not here, so I assume you just deleted it?

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@charlespwd were you able to figure it out? I got you comment, but now it's not here, so I assume you just deleted it?

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Yes. I’m stupid aha! It was because my selected zone on AWS was US-West for some reason whereas my app is on US-east. I didn’t know that the AWS beanstalk page only shows you the apps you have in the selected zone.

Now I know!

Thanks a bunch. =

charlespwd commented Dec 17, 2014

Yes. I’m stupid aha! It was because my selected zone on AWS was US-West for some reason whereas my app is on US-east. I didn’t know that the AWS beanstalk page only shows you the apps you have in the selected zone.

Now I know!

Thanks a bunch. =

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Great that it worked for you at the end. It's actually quite common error with AWS (select wrong zone). I made it myself several times. UI/UX for that is far from perfect.

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podviaznikov commented Dec 17, 2014

Great that it worked for you at the end. It's actually quite common error with AWS (select wrong zone). I made it myself several times. UI/UX for that is far from perfect.

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