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Old 12th June 2006, 20:56
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Cool Virtual Hosts SSL 443

First, Im sorry for asking about Virtual Hosts SSL help. I see many people have been having similar issues setting this up, but I can' seem to find the imformation I need. Could you please direct me to offer some advice to this issue?

Originally I used to put my Client SSL information into the VHosts.conf file. All client share the same Certificate Key. Her is a simplified example...
        Redirect permanent /
        Redirect permanent /
        SSLEngine on
        SSLCertificateFile \
        SSLCertificateKeyFile \
But now I see that Vhosts_ispconfig.conf only uses 'NameVirtualHost'. Hmmm. How do I enable a client to use the same SSL certificate for all the sites I host?

I tried to use the SSL option in the client setup of ISPConfig but I get the error ' Already a Cettificate for this IP '. Which I understand why this happens.

when I try to use I get the request for the SSL and I get an answer from Apache v2.53 that tells me there is no virtual host entry on 443 for this client.
You don't have permission to access / on this server.
Am I doing something wrong here?

PS. I love ISPConfig..
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