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Would you please install an SSL so we can access MLS images on https?

I would like to request an SSL be added to the img.paragonrels.com domain so images can be accessed via https.

I can access images via this URL but not when I make it https. http://img.paragonrels.com/ParagonIma...

Does not work: https://img.paragonrels.com/ParagonIm...

When can this be added or is there another domain name that works via https to access the images?

The explanation of why this is needed is in the comments from a post from 2+ years ago: http://vendorsupport.paragonrels.com/...

Thanks Bill

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rtservices
asked 2019-08-23 05:22:33 -0500
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You should be using CDN URL for access which should be what RETS is returning.
“https://cdnparap160.paragonrels.com/ParagonImages/Property/P16/SANCAPMLS/2190581/0/0/0/d631930141214140622e9bd95d45a032/0/f5e14398ac8a5d16e9aec0cd1b7c050c/2190581.JPG”

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answered 2019-08-23 09:38:18 -0500, updated 2019-08-23 09:38:49 -0500
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Thanks for the quick response.

My RETS feed returns 13000 image records. The first half of them start with http://img.paragonrels.com/ then the second half start with //cdnparap160.paragonrels.com.

Why would both options show up in the RETS data?

What info of mine do you need to look into this?

Thanks Bill

rtservices's avatar rtservices (2019-08-23 10:40:19 -0500) edit

It could be that the CDN was recently added so records pulled previously didn’t have it.
Changing that wouldn’t have a modification date change.
You could try pulling one that has the non CDN url and see if it returns correctly now.
If it does, you would need to pull the bad ones again.

bwolven's avatar bwolven (2019-08-23 11:49:32 -0500) edit

I tested a few and they work with the new beginning domain. I will just do a replace in the database. Thanks for the help with this.

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