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Old 25th February 2007, 20:39
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Default Can't enable SSL for sites in ISPConfig

I can't seem to get SSL working on my sites. I am trying to install ZenCart with SSL. However, when installed with SSL whe I try to log in I get an error code 11236.

Then when I try to enable SSL in the ISPConfig admin panel I can an error stating there already is a SSL certificate for this IP.
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Old 26th February 2007, 08:51
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You can have only one SSL website per IP. Disable the other website that has SSL enabled and then enable it on the new website.

This is not a limitation of ISPConfig, it is a limitation of the SSL protocol.
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Old 27th February 2007, 02:18
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Wow that is some pretty bad news...

So I can't have 2 clients that want to use SSL shopping carts unless I can get them separate IPs?
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So I can't have 2 clients that want to use SSL shopping carts unless I can get them separate IPs?
Yes. You need a dedicated IP for every SSL certificate.
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Old 28th February 2007, 18:13
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That or you could install a shared SSL certificate. What this would mean is that you could have

https://mysecuredomain.com/~client1
https://mysecuredomain.com/~client2

This would allow all clients to use the same SSL cert. It is done like this on somer of the larger hosts.
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Default How to set up shared SSL

I have seen a couple references to Shared SSL, do you have or know of a guide on how to implement this? I have been searching for this information to no avail.

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That or you could install a shared SSL certificate. What this would mean is that you could have

https://mysecuredomain.com/~client1
https://mysecuredomain.com/~client2

This would allow all clients to use the same SSL cert. It is done like this on somer of the larger hosts.
Any more info on this?
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