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Old 3rd April 2011, 09:37
John.Smith John.Smith is offline
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Default Client Site With SSL Not Working

I am using ISPConfig Version: 2.2.38 on Fedora 14 x86_64. I log into the ISPConfig control panel as admin at https://server1.example.tld:81/. I click ISP Manager -> Sites Folder -> Site1 -> Basis Tab -> Check SSL -> Save. I am taken back to the ISP Manager home page. I must browse back to Site1 and then click on the SSL tab. I filled in the drop down box and the 5 text fields. I then select create certificate from the drop down box and click save. I am taken back to the ISP Manger home page and I must browse back to Site1, click on the SLL tab, then there are two textareas that are called SSL Request and SSL certificate and are filled in with information. I select save certificate from the drop down box and click save.

Now when I browse to http://www.site1.com/ everything works normal. When I browse to https://www.site1.com/ I get unable to connect page.

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[root@pluto ~]# lynx https://www.site.com/

Looking up www.site1.com
Making HTTPS connection to www.site1.com
Alert!: Unable to connect to remote host.

lynx: Can't access startfile https://www.site1.com/
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I have replaced my domains with example and site1 for this post.

Whenever I try to access Site1 using https there doesn't seem to be any errors generated in /var/log/httpd/error_log.

Can anyone please give me some suggestions as to why I can't access Site1 using SSL, or where to start looking?
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