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Old 9th January 2010, 21:58
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Hi,
I've installed the ISPConfig 3 after following the instructions on howto install it on CentOS 5.4 . I've successfully defined the site. The site is correctly opened and everything work fine. However I'd like to define also other site, which will be accessed on other port.
I'd also like the site to be available over HTTPS with the SSL encryption. I've tried to find any solution but couldn't find any description on how to setup the https site with SSL encryption over ISPConfig.
Could please anyone help me?

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ISPConfig does not support to set the port of a site.
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first thanks for a reply.
What would you please then suggest in case I need to run my site on https and encrypted?

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