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Old 4th September 2009, 06:03
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Default Creating Self Signed SSL Certs

I'm using ISPConfig on my development server.

There are a few development sites i have on here (using dyndns host names) that i would like to enable a self signed SSL certificate for.

can this be done entirely through ISPConfig or do i need to configure this entirely on the server?

these are not meant to be legit SSL certificates, it's for my own testing purposes.
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Old 4th September 2009, 10:21
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Yes, this can be done in ispconfig. Just enable ssl for the website, go to the ssl tab and enter the details for the ssl cert and select create as action. Then click on save. Make sure that you selected an IP address for the website and not *
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