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2/12/2018 7:21 AM
 

I am trying to setup DNN (9.1.1) in production environment. My portal supports 2 languages. 

previously in Testing environment, i have setup site alias with the default, en-us and ms-my as primary. Using Site Alias Mapping Mode: None. And we directly access the site via IIS (HTTP). If we were to use canonical, the request will always redirect to the default site.

But now, in Production environment, we have a load balancer where the SSL certificate is installed at load balancer. When i try to access the site via https, here are the scenarios i observed:

1) if i'm using Site Alias Mapping Mode: None - i will be returned with http instead of https (the generated links are all http instead of https)

2) if i'm using Site Alias Mapping Mode: Canonical - i will always be redirected to the default site instead of the language specific site. (cannot access language specific site)

What is the right thing that i should configure? should i be using canonical or None? anything else that i should configure?

 

Thanks in advanced.

 
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2/12/2018 9:48 AM
 
how do you perform cache synchronization in your web farm?
How did you bind your Domain to the IIS website?
how do you specify site aliases, are you using a primary neutral one and one per language?
How did you enable SSL for your site in your DNN site settings?

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold

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2/14/2018 7:26 AM
 

Hi Sebastian

how do you perform cache synchronization in your web farm?
[sk] no, i haven't implement web farm. i intended to try setup web farm after we settled this issue. is there a guide to do so?
How did you bind your Domain to the IIS website?
[sk] Not binding at IIS. should i?

how do you specify site aliases, are you using a primary neutral one and one per language?
[sk] Yes, i've added primary neutral one and one per language. for the following:
localhost:<port>
domainName:<port>
domainName (without port) <-- primary
ip:<port>

each of the above has a neutral one and one per language. but primary only on domainName (without port)

How did you enable SSL for your site in your DNN site settings?
[sk] we did not enable SSL in the DNN site settings. should we?

We are quite new to dnn, appreciate if there is guidance on how we can setup. 

 

 
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