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From Jörg Fröber <joerg.froe...@indv.de>
Subject Re: Connector problem
Date Mon, 22 Sep 2008 10:46:36 GMT
Am 22.09.2008, 12:17 Uhr, schrieb Peter Crowther  
<Peter.Crowther@melandra.com>:

>> From: Mathias P.W Nilsson [mailto:mathias@snyltarna.se]
>> Let's say I want a user to access the website in this fashion
>>
>> https://www.domain1.com ( SSL from thawte )
>> https://www.domain2.com ( SSL from thawte )
>> https://www.domain1.se ( SSL from thawte )
>>
>> What would I have to do to make this work? I only have one
>> server that is running tomcat 6.
>
> You would have to:
>
> - Obtain and set up 3 different IP addresses for the server;
>
> - Set up DNS to point www.domain1.com to one of the IP addresses,  
> www.domain2.com to another, and www.domain1.se to the third.
>
> - Configure 3 different <Host> elements in your server.xml, each for one  
> of the secure domains;
>
> - Configure each <Host> to use the appropriate certificate from your  
> keystore(s).  This is no harder than configuring one Host for SSL, you  
> just need to do it three times :-).
>
>                 - Peter
>


Sorry to kind of hijack this thread, but would it be possible to use one  
of the certificates linked below with tomcat, when only 1 IP and 1  
SSL-Connector is used for different <Host> elements?

http://www.geotrusteurope.com/products/ssl_certificates/true_businessid_mdm.asp
http://www.positivessl.com/ssl-certificate-products/ssl/multi-domain-ssl-certificate.html


Jörg

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