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From Patrick Donker <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] More than one https server on one ip
Date Wed, 13 Oct 2004 22:12:36 GMT
Joshua Slive wrote:

> On Wed, 13 Oct 2004 22:52:50 +0100, Ian Jeffray <> wrote:
>>Patrick Donker wrote:
>>>Is it possible to host more than one https site on a single ip using
>>>different certs for every domain hosted? The docs arent very clear about
>>>that. Could be that I havent read it well enough, ofcourse ;)
>>In a word, "yes".   Do go and read more documentation, now.  :)
> Perhaps I'm misunderstanding the question (I rarely touch mod_ssl),
> but I believe that answer is deceptive.  This is possible *only* if
> you use a different port for each domain.  You can't do name-based
> virtual hosting with SSL.
> joshua.

Josh, looking at your answer I think you understood the question just 
fine. But if I use different ports I would deviate from the 443 
standard, right? How would I catch that without using 


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