Sven Kirschbaum sven at
Tue Mar 15 00:36:37 UTC 2016


a similar issue has been discussed here:,264392,264392
In short: If you have any http2 directives for a port in your
configuration, every connection on that port can use http2.
Im not sure if specifying the listen IP will help in this case, but its
worth a try. Modify your listen directives to "listen ip:port options;",
for example for your last vhost: "listen ssl http2;"

Mit Freundlichen Grüßen
Sven Kirschbaum

2016-03-15 0:39 GMT+01:00 Roswebnet <nginx-forum at>:

> Thank you for your fast response.
> However, could you please provide an example of "IP on the listen
> directive"
> I am accessing content from Firefox like for https
> connection and
> for http2. Moreover, those ip also accessible by
> http:// and served also well, but in my opinion it should gave some kind
> of
> error, because those server names do not have port 80 configured.
> Posted at Nginx Forum:
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