Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of deflect


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May 7, 2018, 8:18:46 PM (17 months ago)
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     1== Using a TLS certificate (using https) for your May First hosted when using the Deflect caching service ==
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     3We recommend enabling Lets Encrypt certificates for your site on both the May First hosting (origin) server and for the Deflect caching (edge) servers.
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     5You can do this easily by following the 3 steps below. If you are not yet using the Deflect service, jump to step 2 to enable a certificate for your site from the May First control panel before enabling the Deflect service for you site.
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     7If you have already set up the Deflect service for your site then start from Step 1 and continue.
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     9=== Step 1 ===
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     11* Access the Deflect control panel for your site
     12* Navigate to the "HTTPS / TLS" tab
     13* Under the "HTTPS / TLS configuration" header enable the option:
     14  * '''I want to encrypt connections to my website'''
     15* Under the "Public TLS Certificates" header  enable the option:
     16  * '''Use a free Let's Encrypt certificate'''
     17* Use the '''Save TLS configuration''' button to save your changes
     18* In the "HTTPS options" section enable the option:
     19  * '''Both HTTP and HTTPS''' ''This step is only temporary, we will change this again after making changes in the May First control panel.''
     20* Use the '''Save''' button to save your changes.
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     22=== Step 2 ===
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     24* Access the [https://members.mayfirst.org/cp May First control panel] for your site's hosting order
     25* Navigate to the "web configuration" tab
     26* Edit your web configuration and set the port to '''auto''' to enable a Lets Encrypt certificate for you site.
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     28See the following instructions for more details:
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     30https://support.mayfirst.org/wiki/faq/security/setup-certificate
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     32=== Step 3 ===
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     34* Access the Deflect control panel for your site
     35* Navigate to the "HTTPS / TLS" tab
     36* In the "HTTPS options" section enable the option:
     37  * '''Redirect all HTTP traffic to HTTPS'''
     38* Use the '''Save''' button to save your changes.