Using Internal Website As Target

I have the HA boundary setup running from the reference architecture repo (thanks for that, made things super easy). However I am having trouble using Boundary to connect to an internal website.

Currently, I use a VPN to connect to the site, and Boundary seems like it would fit the bill. However, after configuring the site as a Host, adding it to a Host Set, then adding that to a Target. Still havent been able to connect to it.

The issue seems to be with how I am attempting to connect I believe. But not really sure. The site is HTTPS, so I set the default port for the target to 443. However when attempting to connect I get this:

10:59 $ boundary connect http -addr=http://AWS_NLB_DNS_NAME:9200/ -target-id=ttcp_OPdmeaXLSk
curl: (35) LibreSSL SSL_connect: SSL_ERROR_SYSCALL in connection to 

So I am guessing there is some config issue there. But the other thing is, I cant figure out how to get this working in Chrome. The site in question is a UI, so using curl to interact with it isnt possible.

Anyways, any pointers would be super helpful, thanks!

Hi @kylegoch - thanks for trying out Boundary.

There was a similar question about this in another thread where I posted an in-depth response on how to configure Boundary for HTTPS enabled target. Check it out here and let me know if you have any more questions, thanks!