SSL on ISPconfig3 not working
Well, at least not for me.
I am running Debian Etch 4.0 and I installed ISPconfig3 but for some reason when I access https://192.168.47.104:8080/ I get the error message: (in firefox)
SSL received a record that exceeded the maximum permissible length.
(Error code: ssl_error_rx_record_too_long)
I tried googling around a bit for this error but it seems it's somewhere in the Apache2 configuration. I looked around in the vhosts files and couldn't find a mention of an SSL module anywhere. Only in mods-enabled I found a mention of ssl.conf and ssl.load.
Any help on how to proceed from here? I figure messing with the apache2 configuration files won't help me since they'll most likely be rewritten by ISPconfig 3 the moment I make a change using the panel. (I can access it via http://192.168.47.104:8080, without SSL)
I also tried adding a new site, added the domainname to my local hosts file so I could access it, and it works. But again, when I check the box for SSL support and generate a certificate, it won't work and give me the same error as mentioned above.
Port 8080 is not SSL, hence why https won't work. The ISPConfig panel is not SSL at all. There is no SSL option for the main panel.
Creating (and then accessing) a working SSL website is an unrelated issue. What port were you trying to access the site on? Or just https://newsite.tld/ ? How was it configured in ispconfig3?
i'm in trouble with similar problems...
first.. how did you manage to get the "ssl_error_rx_record_too_long" error?
to get there.. i needed to add a "Listen 443" in ports.conf and then restart the apache2-service..
why does ispconfig3 this not automatically?
now, i finally got a site working by editing the sites-enabled/000-default
i changed line 1 and 2
but i am still asking myself why these two changes in config-files cannot be done by ispconfig3?
also i would like to know how to get the ispconfig3-panel working under https...
now i got ispconfig3-panel over https working!
from every site i removed ssl-options and then i added the following lines to /etc/apache2/sites-available/ispconfig.vhost
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