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From Peter Johnson <pe...@wizardslair.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] ssl certs question
Date Tue, 16 Nov 2004 03:21:43 GMT
Nick,

I doubt that it will work because with defining an IP based virtualhost 
you'll also need to define a "Listen" directive for the same address, 
this causes Apache to bind to that address and thus I can't see how 
you'll get a users request to go to 127.0.02 from the internet.

PJ

Nick Smith wrote:

> Peter Johnson wrote:
>
>> SSL sites must be run on different IP addresses. Apache wont know 
>> what server it is destined for until *after* the certificate has been 
>> accepted and verified by the client browser as such there is now way 
>> for Apache to know which certificate to return.
>>
>> PJ
>
>
> what about setting up fake servers in the hosts file? like 127.0.0.2 
> and 127.0.0.3 and then fake out apache so it thinks they are different 
> machines? think its possible? then just define the different vhosts 
> with those ip addresses. ?
>
>
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