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peer closed connection in SSL handshake

Hello I have a problem with my server

2020/07/18 08:41:34 [error] 1031#1031: *3044185 peer closed connection in SSL handshake (104: Connection reset by peer) while SSL handshaking to upstream, client: 156.199.193.107, server: onma.me, request: "GET /api/v3/latest-chapter?API_key=Hs0-23@vqaZgM(g&page=1 HTTP/1.1", upstream: "https://62.171.183.237:8443/api/v3/latest-chapter?API_key=Hs0-23@vqaZgM(g&page=1", host: "onma.me"

Control Panel: cpanel System: CentOS 7.0 Server: Apache & Nginx

Thank you


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Hi @bilalezzat,

It seems like you are using Nginx as a reverse proxy. In such case you’ll need to add the following option to your configuration file

proxy_ssl_server_name on;

That way you’ll ensure you are passing your SSL when proxying connections.

Regards, KFSys

Hi there @bilalezzat,

What I could suggest in this case is, in order to resolve the SSL error, I would recommend using an actual domain name with Nginx reverse proxy.

That way rather than having your API at: https://your_ip:8443/api which results in an SSL error, you could have it at: https://yourdomain.com/api.

Hope that this helps! Regards, Bobby