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mrjohn 11th January 2011 01:26

Can't use self-signed SSL after adding real SSL cert
 
I installed a real SSL cert for one of my sites using ISPConfig 3.

I have another site that I just do testing on. I really don't want to pay for an SSL cert for a site that's just used for testing stuff. However, I need SSL to test things on occasion.

The problem is, the site with the self-signed cert (site A) is using the other site's SSL and redirecting to the SSL version of that site (site B), instead of using the self-signed cert and just issuing warnings.

How do I get the server to use Site A's self-signed cert for Site A instead of Site B's cert?

till 11th January 2011 06:31

Every ssl website needs a dedicated IP address. To use ssl in site a and site b, select a different ip address in site b then you have selected in site a.


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