|Re: [jetty-users] Jetty 12 return wrong Host header?
The host header should contain the host and port as used by the client. Thus if the request goes to the default port and is forward you a different port, the host header should not have the port in it, or at least only the default port.
Are you sure the client is using the default port and not going direct you the server?
Can you give us a bit more info:+ Uri and headers as sent by the client+ Uri and headers as received by jetty+ The actual values you get from the various request methods
On Fri, Aug 11, 2023, 21:34 Silvio Bierman via jetty-users <jetty-users@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I have encountered what I think is a bug in Jetty 12 but I would like to
check here if that is actually true.
I use port forwarding to forward HTTP requests from port 443 to 8443.
Requests arrive at the default port without an explicit port number in
the URL so
does not show a port number. But
returns the host name including the port number. This makes it
impossible to distinguish requests with explicit ports from requests
without these. Jetty 11 does not show this same behaviour.
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