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FeraTechInc 25th February 2007 20:39

Can't enable SSL for sites in ISPConfig
 
I can't seem to get SSL working on my sites. I am trying to install ZenCart with SSL. However, when installed with SSL whe I try to log in I get an error code 11236.

Then when I try to enable SSL in the ISPConfig admin panel I can an error stating there already is a SSL certificate for this IP.

till 26th February 2007 08:51

You can have only one SSL website per IP. Disable the other website that has SSL enabled and then enable it on the new website.

This is not a limitation of ISPConfig, it is a limitation of the SSL protocol.

FeraTechInc 27th February 2007 02:18

Wow that is some pretty bad news...

So I can't have 2 clients that want to use SSL shopping carts unless I can get them separate IPs?

till 27th February 2007 08:23

Quote:

So I can't have 2 clients that want to use SSL shopping carts unless I can get them separate IPs?
Yes. You need a dedicated IP for every SSL certificate.

kcackler 28th February 2007 18:13

That or you could install a shared SSL certificate. What this would mean is that you could have

https://mysecuredomain.com/~client1
https://mysecuredomain.com/~client2

This would allow all clients to use the same SSL cert. It is done like this on somer of the larger hosts.

pwalsh110 19th July 2008 14:26

How to set up shared SSL
 
I have seen a couple references to Shared SSL, do you have or know of a guide on how to implement this? I have been searching for this information to no avail.

Thanks

Phillip

rdtech 24th August 2008 07:05

Quote:

Originally Posted by kcackler (Post 62646)
That or you could install a shared SSL certificate. What this would mean is that you could have

https://mysecuredomain.com/~client1
https://mysecuredomain.com/~client2

This would allow all clients to use the same SSL cert. It is done like this on somer of the larger hosts.

Any more info on this?

jcaston 7th December 2009 08:22

I'm interested in shared ssl as well... does anyone have any experience implementing it with ispconfig?


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