Spun up an aws ec2 linux instance using bitnami parse server and dashboard ami. Using the public ip over http worked fine but couldnt get live query to connect, cors issue seemed to be the problem and no way to setup an ssl cert without a domain pointing to it.
So I setup my domain on the server using aws application load balancer and setting an SSL cert on it from certificate manager and nothing I did would get it to work over https or wss. I assumed it was an issue with how the load balancer handles ssl cert and went to plan b.
Changed the domain to point directly to the server ip and setup an SSL cert with let’s encrypt and still cant get https to work. Only http works.
I can load the dashboard over https and the cert shows valid and secure so https does work that way, I just cant get the api to connect over https.
I’ve seen a few other posts about this issue but none seem to actually be resolved.
I’ve tinkered around with different versions of the domain in the server url setting using everything from domain to localhost to ip address, nothing seems to work.
The only thing I can think of at this point is this small instance doesnt setup ipv6, only ipv4 but I have a hard time believing that would be the issue.
The security group is setup for https and of course port 1337 is open and it does work over http fine.
What am I missing here? Is there something else I need to add to config.json or something to force everything over https within the app?