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Old 12th February 2008, 06:25
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Hello group

I posed this question some time ago and Till did respond, however I have been out of my office for months now and can't locate his response in my email client..

Anyhow...

My server is running Ubuntu 7.10 and ISPConfig.

When I try to access ISPConfig using the URL: https://giganetwireless.net:81/
The browser just works and works never going to the ISPConfig login screen.
This is a SSL certificate issue isn't it?

I have logged into ISPConfig from the server Desktop itself and have accessed the primary domain giganetwireless.net, then I navigated to SSL then I entered the company information then I selected 'Create Certificate' then chose 'Save'.

The server generated a CSR and a Certificate too, however I want to buy a new NetSol SSL Certificate to install onto this server, can someone direct me to the steps to be taken to complete this task.

I assume I must submit the CSR to NetSol and they will in-turn generate a SSL Certificate to be installed afterwards...

Thanking you in advance for your help with this matter.

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Old 12th February 2008, 10:10
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The server on port 81 has nothing to do with the website were you created the SSL cert. The SSL websites run on port 443.

Please try to access ISPConfig with firefox and see if you gat any SSL error message.
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Hi Till

Thank you for the response, and I aplogize for the lapse in response.

I use FF as my primary web-browser, when I try to access https://giganetwireless.com:81/ the browser never times-out or resturns any sort of SSL error message.

Thanking you in advance for your help with this matter.

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Did you try to connect with and without https on the IP address of the server instaed of the hostname?
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Hi Till

Thank you for the reply...

Here are my findings with your suggestion:

1) When I try accessing ISPConfig VIA: https://65.197.209.3:81/
The browser works and works but never even returns an error msg of any sort.

2) When I try accessing ISPConfig VIA http://65.197.209.3:81/
The server sends the browser to the Shared IP page from ISPConfig.


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1) When I try accessing ISPConfig VIA: https://65.197.209.3:81/
The browser works and works but never even returns an error msg of any sort.
Please recreate the SSL certificate: http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=121
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