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From milktoast <>
Subject [users@httpd] multiple SSL certs on one server behind a NAT router
Date Tue, 12 Sep 2006 16:44:57 GMT

I have read up on using multiple SSL certs on one server but the thing that
no one addresses is how this works on a server behind a router that uses


Server 1 has two domains and

Both are functional using IP based virtual hosts using

The server is currently setup so has a functioning SSL cert and
all 443 traffic goes to it.

Now, wants to have a valid SSL cert.

The way I read that this is done is both foo and bar must have different IP
addresses.  That is the easy part. I can set up my server to listen to two
IPs ( and

The hard part is the NAT....ALL traffic passes through my router and it has
ONE external IP.  Do I need to setup the route with a second external IP and
pass that traffic to the second internal IP for this to work or can I use
one external IP and two internal IPs? How will Apache handle this?
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