On 08/03/2016 10:52 PM, Paulo Ricardo Paz Vital wrote:
On Aug 03 10:56AM, Daniel Henrique Barboza wrote:
> This sounds like a bug. If https_only=false then 8000 should be the
> 'to go' port IMO.
I have the same opinion.
I guess the problem is in NGINX configuration, created by Wok start up
process. It's redirecting port 8000 to 8001, even if https_only=false is
I guess this is not hard to solve, and can help you since I touch in
this part of code a couple of weeks ago.
Thanks guys. I see that, settings load
from proxy.py file, which is
If this seems to be an issue, should be fixed,, i will raise in wok.
> On 08/03/2016 04:05 AM, Suresh Babu Angadi wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Per default settings, 8000 is used as http port and 8001 is used as
>> https port.
>> case 1: https_only=true, was not able to browse with 8000 port, which is
>> as expected.
>> case 2: https_only=false, per my understanding, it should allow http
>> connections, but all the requests are rerouted to https and 8001 port.
>> So is it the case that, though https_only is false, no requests are
>> handled in 8000(http) port? please help me understand the significance
>> of https_only flag.
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