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From Jay States <jsta...@mac.com>
Subject Port-based questions?
Date Mon, 29 Jul 2002 18:53:15 GMT
I would like to clear up port-based hosting for mod-ssl:

1. https looks for port 443, but you can change that to any port with 
modification to the apache configure file and also as long as you 
specify the port in the url (https;//sample.com:445).

2. Mod-ssl does not work for name based hosting.  Me must use ports in 
order for it to work.

3. Can you specify more than one port to bind https? What if your only 
have 1 ip address and 10 different domain names.  What do you do then?  
Place the domain names behind you firewall and use a class a,b or c ip 
addresses?

4.  If mod-ssl can be placed on more any one port what does the config 
file look like, I keep getting errors.  All the docs I've read said that 
name-based virtual do not work.  They do not say that multiple ports can 
not be specified.

I have been looking for a solid answer for 3 weeks and thanks to all who 
answer my questions.

J


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