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From Andrew Clarke <acla...@civica.com.au>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] adding SSL - is a distinct virtual host mandatory?
Date Tue, 04 Oct 2005 07:17:24 GMT
On Tue, 04 Oct 2005 17:06, Boyle Owen wrote:
>
> Well, I was trying to clear some confusion without everyone's eyes
> glazing over. That inevitably means taking shortcuts with the precise
> details of HTTPS session negotiation.

Heh. Computers are tricky things. Sometimes our eyes NEED to glaze over. 
I'll politely ignore the finer points for now, and return later when I've 
got the basics working.

> PS - the point remains; you can't serve HTTPS and HTTP on the same socket
> - which is what the guy was originally wondering about.

Actually, I know it'll be a different port, but the first adventure was 
creating a self-certified certificate for testing purposes (the final 
secret was, the sign.sh script is in the mod_ssl SOURCE package)

The next adventure is actually using the shiny new certificate, and I kept 
seeing VH's mentioned in all the ssl and https doco.

You've all been great helps so far. I hope I haven't inspired a flame-war 
amongst yourselves. The help here is quite speedy and of high quality. 
Congratulate yourselves, and please, buy yourselves a beer on my behalf.

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