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Old 13th June 2006, 14:28
Sheridan Sheridan is offline
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Originally Posted by erk
There can be only one SSL enabled site per ip, but that is already clear as I understand from your last post.
The thing with SSL is that there is no hostname, just ip-number. The hostname is not visible to apache. Therefore if
www.domainone.com and
www.domaintwo point to the same ip number and you have enabled SSL on domainone.com a request to https://www.domainone.com and https://www.domaintwo.com should go to the same site whereas http requests will go to the two different sites.

In SSL only ip number counts.
//Erk
Yep. That's the behaviour because of the missing VirtualHost entry for the second domain in the vhosts conf for <ip-address>:443.

Nope. Apache can resolve different domains when using ssl. I tried it manually on another machine without ispconfig to be sure.

@falko:
I think you can take this as a feature request from my side. ;-)

Maybe the ssl option could change it's behaviour (and name) when a certificate exists on this ip and so when enabling it, it would be nice if ispconfig can create the entry in the vhosts config file.

greets
Sheridan
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