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From Andrew Clarke <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] adding SSL - is a distinct virtual host mandatory?
Date Tue, 04 Oct 2005 07:19:26 GMT
On Tue, 04 Oct 2005 17:09, Boyle Owen wrote:
> This is fine. The use of "https" in the address signals the browser to
> use port 443 so the two sites are distinct at the TCP/IP layer. What you
> then need in your config is:
> Listen 80
> Listen 443
> <VH *:80>
>   DocumentRoot <path-to-http-site>
> </VH>
> <VH *:443>
>   DocumentRoot <path-to-https-site> (can be the same path as http)
>   SSLCert etc..
> </VH>

Excellent. hopefully I'll be able to synthesize all the hints into a grand 
working laptop server as I sit in front of the TV watching House tonight. 
Otherwise, stand by for further stupid questions in about 10 hours time.

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