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Http hosting redirect issue

Posted on 2016-10-19
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Hello EE,

I have two 2012 IIS8.5 servers in a pool , when I access the website that is hosted , example , https://someweb.domain.ca , the browser will add three slashes to the end , example https://someweb.domain.ca/// . This appears to be some weird redirect or loop. The site does return ok . There are no "redirects" configured in IIS under the site's " HTTP Redirect" . Is there anyway to stop this ? perhaps this is the f5 lb that is doing the redirect . Any insight appreciated.
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Dan McFadden earned 500 total points
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Are you using IIS URL Rewrite feature?  are there any redirects being done in code?

Can you post some http logs from when this occurs?  50 lines before & after would be helpful.

Dan
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The issue was a misplaced redirect in the code.
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