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Hello.

I would like that each domain has its own certificate SSL, how i could do it?

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Add a dedicated IP address for every website, then you will be able to add a SSL certificate for every website.
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Old 1st August 2008, 18:01
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Thank you very much till, uhh i think that is very expensive for my pocket
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Hi,

We had a problem with IP address so we created a shared ssl area. All the users files are stored within the clients own directory, and we created a link to our secure area.

It's pretty simple to do. and means you only need one ssl certificate.

For instance we have https://secure.sarhosting.co.uk which hosts all our secure needs. If you want more info let me know and I'll send you details how to do it.
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