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From "Totte" <tot...@gmail.com>
Subject [users@httpd] Re: Re: SSL and virtual hosts
Date Mon, 18 Jun 2007 05:52:13 GMT
Well, as the post say,

"In certain specific circumstances, it is acceptable to use a single SSL 
configuration for several virtual hosts. In particular, this will work if 
the SSL certificate applies to all the virtual hosts. For example, this will 
work if:
  1.. All the VirtualHosts are within the same domain, eg: one.example.com 
and two.example.com "

and as Grant says the purpose of the ssl cert is to ensure you are 
connecting to a certain domain. in the case of one.example.com and 
two.example.com, they are the same domains, but different sub-domains.

And as Bill states above one can have a cert (bought from GoDaddy.com) 
allowing several subdomains to use the same ssl cert.
My question is if anyone knows how to create it on your own?

regards
totte


"Glen Barber" <hexidigital@gmail.com> wrote in message 
news:20070617234421.GA8417@hexidigital.org...
> Quoting Totte:
>> Does anyone know how to generate a certificate for a main domain and any 
>> numbers of sub-domains for a domain in Linux?
>>
>> I got my subdomains working using one cert for the main domain and the 
>> same cert for the subdomains. However, I get the "certificate issued to 
>> another domain" error when accessing the sub domains.
>>
>
> As Grant stated above, www.example.com is NOT the same as example.com. 
> Have a look at the link Joshua posted:
> http://wiki.apache.org/httpd/ScratchPad/NameBasedSSLVHosts
>
>
> -- 
> Glen Barber
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