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I am building a website that should interact (from the browser, not back-end) with custom Ethereum nodes, including local, something like MyEtherWallet.
I can connect to ganache http://localhost:8545 with no problems if the website itself is served via http.

If I switch website to https, then I get an error when trying to web3.eth.call for example

OPTIONS https://localhost:8545/ net::ERR_CONNECTION_CLOSED

Which seems strange for it reports https://localhost:8545/, not http. I guess it relates to problems with https-to-http requests. But I am pretty sure there is a way to overcome this error as MyEtherWallet has no difficulties with connecting to my local http ganache.

What am I missing?

  • Sounds like an HTTP issue, not an Ethereum issue. You're much more likely to get answer to that on stack overflow. – goodvibration Jul 22 at 11:20
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Ganache was created to work in the dev context and not on actual production purposes.

The https support requires to deal with certificate issues, that the developer team doesn't plan to deal with. So you won't be getting that directly anyway.

But, in your project webpack-dev-server you can add a proxy for https. Or, use ngnix to setup a reverse proxy.

Hope that helps.

  • I understand that, however, MyEtherWallet has no issues with it – Oleg Kondrakhanov Jul 22 at 14:31

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