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From "Fabrizio" <apache_l...@famany.it>
Subject [users@httpd] R: [users@httpd] Load Balancing and SSL
Date Wed, 19 Nov 2003 12:01:36 GMT
Hi! I don't know BigIp5 but i know Alteon load balancer. So i can tell you that you haven't
problem for create a virtaul host balanced with SSL. With alteon you must create another service
with the port 443.

The important is that you create the virtual host in your httpd.conf with an ip but include
the directive called

ServerName www.domain.com

for both servers.

After this you must buy or create with openssl the certificate for the server that match the
name www.domain.com and the private key. Add both with the right directive into the both virtual
host of the both servers and all can work!

Good luck!

-----Messaggio originale-----
Da: Charles Heizer [mailto:heizer1@llnl.gov]
Inviato: mercoledi 19 novembre 2003 0.15
A: 'users@httpd.apache.org'
Oggetto: [users@httpd] Load Balancing and SSL


Hello,
I'm looking for a little clarification.

I want some more info on how to setup SSL on multiple Virtual Hosts on 
two systems.

I have two Apache 2.0.48 systems setup and running, I also have a Big5 
load balancer in the equation. This all works fine without ssl (since I 
have not tried the ssl yet).

I have a round robin with the load balancer that passes traffic off to 
www1.vhost1.com or www2.vhost1.com from www.vhost1.com.

Now here is my question, if I want to enable SSL on www.vhost1.com do I 
need to get a cert for www1.vhost1.com and www2.vhost1.com?

I hope this make sense.

Thanks,

- Charles


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