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force https bedhind aws elb

force https bedhind aws elb

Hi all,

 

Here is my architecture:

client -> DNS(cloudflare) -> AWS ELB -> web server(LNMP)

and i am using Magento2.0.12 with multistore 

 

My goal:

All clients type http://www.domain.com/ will redirect to https://www.domain.com/

 

What have i did:

1. Changed all site url from http://www.domain.com/ to https://www.domain.com/

Therefore, all clients should be redirect to https:/www.domain.com/xxxx when they click any url in magento2

 

2. applied following nginx config:

if ($http_user_agent != "ELB-HealthChecker/1.0") {
   set $redirect "1";
}
if ($http_x_forwarded_proto != "https") {
   set $redirect "${redirect}2";
}
if ($redirect = "12"){
   return 301 https://$host$request_uri;
}

This is the most popular method that suggested in Nginx and all website i have found.

However, https://www.domain.com/us/ and https://www.domain.com/tw/ which are different sites will become 404.

 

Therefore, i wanna ask is there any suggestions i can try?

Thanks a lot! 

 

2 REPLIES

Re: force https bedhind aws elb

It should be enough just to change URLs in:

Magento Admin -> Stores -> Configuration -> Web.

 

Here you have Base URLs and Base URLs (Secure).

Be sure that both sections have https:// in front of URLs.

 

And the second thing would be your NGINX configuration. You should modify "location" section by injecting following lines:

 

location ... {
    ...
    fastcgi_param   HTTPS               on;
    fastcgi_param   HTTP_SCHEME         https;
}

 

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Re: force https bedhind aws elb

I had to force https on AWS load balancer too, this is how my nginx conf looks:-

 

listen 80; # aws load balancer sends everything through 80

server_name my-site.com;

# force https for aws load balancer
# ELB stores the protocol used between the client
# and the load balancer in the X-Forwarded-Proto request header.
# Check for 'https' and redirect if not
if ($http_x_forwarded_proto != 'https') {
    rewrite ^ https://$server_name$request_uri? permanent;
}