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ccg121 15th May 2010 08:14

Reconfigure Apache to use SNI
 
if I follow this tutorial to reconfigure apache2 to use SNI I assume my records created with ISP config Will stay since it is just creating apache vhost reccords and since I am Not performing a --purge on apache when I reinstall it

also I get Error code: ssl_error_rx_record_too_long on a Mac Running firefox 3.6.3 when i go to https://mysite.com after creating a reccord through ISP config

thanks in advance for any help

public_domain 31st July 2010 02:27

Sni + ispconfig?
 
yep. clarification or link or followthru here would help. OPENSSL 1.0 now available and presumeably has SNI support and "Apache 2.2.12 is the first official release featuring TLS SNI capabilities. " according to https://alice.sni.velox.ch/. we are very ready to jump into this and provide 'meaningful support'.:confused:

Cain 5th August 2010 13:16

I'm running ispconfig 3.0.2.2 on ubuntu 10.4 and SNI is working fine, didn't have to change a thing.

JohnMichealx 26th April 2011 11:23

Quote:

Originally Posted by Cain (Post 235638)
I'm running ispconfig 3.0.2.2 on ubuntu 10.4 and SNI is working fine, didn't have to change a thing.

have you has this announ :confused:
Quote:

Apache 2.2.12 is the first official release featuring TLS SNI capabilities

Pasco 9th September 2011 11:37

How can I use SNI on ISPConfig 3?

falko 10th September 2011 13:31

Currently this is not possible because ISPConfig will complain if you try to create more than one SSL website on one IP. But we are thinking about changing this in a future release.

u4david 17th September 2011 18:30

ISPcongig3 multiplle ssl certificates one IP and vhosts
 
Definitive big fan of ISPconfig3.

To harden security of my personal web affords one IP and multiple SSL certificates is my long waiting wish.

MrSpock 18th September 2011 21:00

+1 on SNI support in ISPconfig

Pasco 19th September 2011 11:54

Yes, that would be really greatly appriciated!


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