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From Louis Wevers <frut...@netscape.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] More certificates for 1 server
Date Wed, 13 Aug 2003 07:50:45 GMT
Ah, thanks for the advise. Unfortunately using different ports is not an 
option in this case. If it's not possible using the same port / 
IP-address, I'm afraid I'll just have to get me some more IP-adresses. 
It would be nice if  a feature like this would be implemented in the future.

Louis

lfellows@4lane.com wrote:

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>On Tuesday 12 August 2003 11:46, SAQIB wrote:
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>>>  For https, you cannot use NamedVirtualHosts for multiple hosts.  The
>>>hosts must be on different IPs or different ports on the same IP.
>>>      
>>>
>>However if you enable SSL on a different port lets say port 5568, you can
>>not reference it using
>>
>>https://www.yourserver.dom:5568
>>
>>https implies it is port 443
>>    
>>
>
>  As http implies it is port 80.  The default is unimportant as long as
>  you have setup the virtual host with ssl enabled on that port.  Same
>  principle as setting up http access on a different port.
>
>  HTH
>
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