You want to use the SSL Proxy but have non-SSL traffic going over port 443

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ProxySG Software - SGOS

Issue/Introduction

You want to use SSL Proxy but have but have non-SSL traffic going over port 443

Resolution

Using SSL Proxy with non-SSL Traffic going over port 443

The SSL Proxy service requires that all requests to its port be SSL. If you have both SSL and non-SSL traffic going over port 443, you can use a TCP Tunnel service in transparent mode to get the same functionality.

For more information about TCP Tunneling, refer to Managing TCP Tunneling Services in Chapter of the Configuration and Management Guide