[Aerogear-users] Wildfly port change and Internet requests

Christopher Fahey chris at dealerrewards.net
Wed Jul 20 11:04:34 EDT 2016


Still unable to login.  I got past the SSL issue but it seems there is 
another configuration issue.  How about how to handle this error:

Invalid parameter: redirect_uri


Christopher Fahey
DealerRewards, Inc.
Maryland Branch Office
(410) 924-3185
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On 7/20/2016 7:50 AM, Summers Pittman wrote:
> So I have Apache proxying SSL to a wildfly instance because I didn't 
> want to set up the same certificate in Wildfly.  I ended up having to 
> add "proxy-address-forwarding="true" to my http listener stanza.
>
> I know it isn't the same thing you have but it sounds like a similar 
> problem IE WildFly isn't getting the https memo correctly.
>
> On Tue, Jul 19, 2016 at 5:51 PM, Christopher Fahey 
> <chris at dealerrewards.net <mailto:chris at dealerrewards.net>> wrote:
>
>     So it seems that the problem revolves around the use of SSL in the
>     settings.  You can administer and access it locally using HTTP but
>     as soon as you access it from the internet, it requires SSL.  But
>     now I changed it to require SSL all of the time, and I cannot log
>     in at all since it says I need HTTPS to get to the login screen.
>     Is there a setting somewhere I can change to put it back the way
>     it was?
>
>
>     Christopher Fahey
>     DealerRewards, Inc.
>     Maryland Branch Office
>     (410) 924-3185 <tel:%28410%29%20924-3185>
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>     On 7/19/2016 12:48 PM, Christopher Fahey wrote:
>>
>>     Thanks but that did not change anything.  I am still getting the
>>     same error both in the logs and in the browser after changing the
>>     baseUrl setting in Keycloak.  Any other thoughts?  I can access
>>     keycloak from the internet and my local network but cannot access
>>     Aerogear from the Internet, only the local network.
>>
>>
>>     Christopher Fahey
>>     DealerRewards, Inc.
>>     Maryland Branch Office
>>     (410) 924-3185 <tel:%28410%29%20924-3185>
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>>     On 7/19/2016 9:20 AM, Sebastien Blanc wrote:
>>>     Looking at the logs, I think it's KeyCloak that can not resolve
>>>     the UPS url since it's using a relative URL (/ag-push) and you
>>>     change the port ... Try to go your Keycloak console and change
>>>     the baseURL(and redirect URIs)  of the unified-push-server-js
>>>     application.  You might some CORS issues after that but at least
>>>     you can try.
>>>
>>>
>>>     On Tue, Jul 19, 2016 at 4:04 PM, Christopher Fahey
>>>     <chris at dealerrewards.net <mailto:chris at dealerrewards.net>> wrote:
>>>
>>>         Here is the log.  I believe that Wildfly is serving up the
>>>         error since I can get through to Wildfly when I initially
>>>         try that URL without the application path.
>>>
>>>         Chris
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>         On 7/18/2016 3:45 PM, Summers Pittman wrote:
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>         On Mon, Jul 18, 2016 at 4:38 PM, Christopher Fahey
>>>>         <chris at dealerrewards.net <mailto:chris at dealerrewards.net>>
>>>>         wrote:
>>>>
>>>>             Hopefully someone can help me.  I want to progress to
>>>>             the next step of development by configuring our server
>>>>             to handle requests from over the internet. Currently
>>>>             the server is only handling internal lan requests but
>>>>             it is somewhat limiting.  The port number of 8080 is
>>>>             not an available port number for our IP address through
>>>>             the firewall so I changed the Wildfly port number to
>>>>             8623 and altered the firewall accordingly.   I can
>>>>             still access the AeroGear server on the local lan IP
>>>>             using the new port number and I can access the Wildfly
>>>>             server over the internet on port 8623 but when I try to
>>>>             access the application on the port over the internet, I
>>>>             receive an error "Internal Server Error".
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>         Can you get us a gist of the logs?  That may help.
>>>>
>>>>         Additionally, is the request that goes through the firewall
>>>>         actually making it to WildFly.  IE is WildFly serving the
>>>>         internal server error.
>>>>
>>>>
>>>>             Does anyone know why I am receiving this error and how
>>>>             to fix it?  I am familiar with Tomcat but clueless
>>>>             about Wildfly and even more so on how AeroGear works
>>>>             within Wildfly.  Any help is appreciated.
>>>>
>>>>             Christopher Fahey
>>>>
>>>>             -- 
>>>>
>>>>             Christopher Fahey
>>>>             DealerRewards, Inc.
>>>>             Maryland Branch Office
>>>>             (410) 924-3185 <tel:%28410%29%20924-3185>
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