Old 8th July 2009, 05:21
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Thumbs down SSL doesnt seem to be working?

Is there a way to test a dumby website with a self signed cert?

I've ticked SSL and just put in junk in the input fields for SSL page and clicked create, but if never changes the vhosts in the sites-enabled folder therefore the SSL never works, as it does nothing...

I did notice is created a cert in the web folder

The only way I got it to work was the normal way created a self signed SSL key and cert put it in the apache folder and updated my vhost config file to listen on the SSL port and pointed it to the cert and keys.

Why isn't ISPConfig doing this?
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Old 8th July 2009, 09:50
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Why isn't ISPConfig doing this?
Wrong question ISPConfig is doing this on my servers, so the questions is whats wrong with your setup that it does not work on your server. Take a look at the logs in the monitor and at the jobqueue in the monitor to find it out.
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Get ISPConfig support and the ISPConfig 3 manual from ispconfig.org.
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