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Old 14th June 2006, 00:06
Sheridan Sheridan is offline
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Finally. I have created a file in /etc/apache2/conf.d/ with the content similiar to this ispconfig creates ssl VirtualHost entry of the main domain for this ip.
Now i'm able to use the same ssl certificate for the other domain managed by my apache.

I think that in that case it would be better to not save the ssl certificates in th webX directory of the main domain for the ip. It would be a much better idea to place it somewhere outside and handle it on a per ip base as they are bound to a ip address.

Maybe saving the cert's under a directory structur like the following one would be a good idea.

/var/www/certificates/<ip>/

At the end i would say that this is really a recommended feature for a future ispconfig version as this is an allday usecase.

Just my two cents. ;-)


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Sheridan

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