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WEird issue using Windows Server 2008 NLB

Posted on 2011-03-14
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Hi guys,

I just setup a website running on 2 boxes in a NLB cluster.  They are converged and I had to import a cert from Godaddy to use SSL port 443.  I have setup the cluster properties for both port 80 and 443 but everytime I try to access the website from the outside it always defaults to SSL.  I want to be able to use both port 80 and 443.  Basically what I am asking is if I time http rather than https I want to use a non secure session, but it seems that no matter what it goes back to https.  I have checked my NLB rules as far as affinity and the bindings in my IIS and I cant see where it is going wrong.
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The source of the redirect is unlikely to be in the NLB configuration or binding information - more likely there is a redirect of some sort configured in the application code or via an ISAPI filter of something similar.

Have you consulted the application developer?  Also, if you can post your IIS configuration for review we can take a look at that as well.

Thanks.

Dave Dietz
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This is what I am thinking as well.  WE have Cold Fusion installed on it and there is a config file called (I cant remember), but I will check that.
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