Hazrat Hajikerimov2019-03-09 13:12:58
Hazrat Hajikerimov, 2019-03-09 13:12:58

307 Internal Redirect - how to disable in nginx?

Greetings, I came across the fact that on an https site where the redirect from http to https in nginx is disabled, when you go to the http page, a redirect to https occurs! The http request status is returned as 307 Internal Redirect and in the Locaton the path is https.
Along with Location, another header comes Non-Authoritative-Reason: HSTS, maybe it's HSTS?
Then I switched to cloudflare, it was interesting, there is a way to set up Page Rules so that when you go to a certain page from https, a redirect to http occurs with ssl disabled, but it still doesn’t work (

Please tell me how you can (preferably using cloudflare) configure specific page from https to http?

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vreitech, 2019-03-09

yes, it's HSTS. you need to clear the cache of HSTS records in the browser from which you access the site: https://www.thesslstore.com/blog/clear-hsts-settin...

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