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Old 31st October 2008, 22:51
kalua kalua is offline
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Question ISPC3 https vhosts missing

Hello,

I just installed ISPConfig from svn and I try to setup secure websites over https. Its an Debian etch server. The setup run through without errors.

Therefore I created a site and enabled the ssl checkbox in the domain tab. Then I head over to the ssl tab, put in state, organisation an country code and choose "Create Certificate". I clicked on save and was forwarded to the "Websites page". There were no error messages.

There is an domainname.vhost file created in /etc/apache2/sites-available, but that is just for port 80 not 443.
Shouldn't there be an config section for a vhost at *:443 ?
I tried both, the ipaddress and * as value for ipadress in domain tab... that made no difference.

Also, the apache-server wasn't listening on port 443, I had to enable this manually.

Is it possible to configure https with ISPC3?
Did I miss some required configs?
Can I create the necessary certificates with ISPC3?
I also would need certificates for the email server setup, but this is another topic.

I would appreciate some help...
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