• Unable to upload with server configured for SSL

    By Stuart Bogom 7 years ago

    I recently changed my server configuration to force all port 80 traffic to port 443. Since that time, I am unable to upload files when sending files through filesendr. I get a very brief 'IO Error' message in the browser screen like what is shown in this entry:

    http://www.openntf.org/internal/home.nsf/discussion.xsp?action=openDocument&documentId=32CF3F485247F96086257913004E31D4

    Then the upload says it was successful, the email messages are sent, but there are no file attachments to download.

    Any help?

    • Solution

      By Stuart Bogom 7 years ago

      So my upload problem was caused by an SSL configuration issue. I had forced all http traffic on the server to use port 443. What I didn't think about is what internet site would be used to communicate between my browser and the server. It was the 'default' internet site, and the document controlling it had an incorrect key file named in it. So, when my browser went to upload the attachment, it was forced to use SSL but the SSL session failed.

      It would be nice if filesendr responded without continuing to save the document and send announcement emails as if everything was OK, but once I fixed the key file reference (and restarted http), everything started working correctly.