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Old 16th August 2012, 01:08
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Default Static IP for Site and SSL problem

I have site that I have on a static ip and I have installed a new certificate and it keeps pulling the certificate from the control pannel of webserver. Example is I have an ssl for web1.domain.tld that my control pannel is on. I want to have ssl on www.somedomain.tld. I can't figure it out?

I am using Ubuntu 12.04LTS with apache2. Im on Ver 3.0.4.6. I have looked at the vhost for the domain and it shows the static ip and its pointing to the correct ssl cert. I even downloaded the certs back from the server and clicked on them in windows and it opens them up and examines the cert and the info listed is correct.

I have no sites listed with the wildcard now. I added the virtual ips and made DNS changes and I can see in my router logs that its connecting to the right IP it just gets the wrong certificate somehow.
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Old 16th August 2012, 09:36
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And the controlpanel runs on port 8080 and not 443?
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Old 16th August 2012, 20:11
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When I got your reply i slapped my self. It's my horde.vhost that doesn't have an IP and it has the same cert as the control pannel. I haven't fixed it yet but I am sure that its whats wrong.
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