Do not use *:443 for SSL. For that matter I recommend don't use *: at all, ever. As my son says, "no, no, never again,".. Apache gets confused, put direct IPs in there. Anoter thing, while it possible to have multiple domains on the same IP for SSL. Its not the best way to do it. If you can a lot a separate IP per each SSL is the best way to do it. As long as you have multiple sites on the same IP as one particular SSL site from my understanding, the non SSL-sites should be going to the first matched SSL configured site on that IP. Someone correct me if I'm wrong, I don't practice the multiple SSL sites on the same IP, additional IPs are not that expensive to set it up correctly and anyone that requires an SSL-cert generally can afford the purchase of a dedicated IP because they're doing some kinda ecommerce usually.
Last edited by nveid; 9th December 2011 at 20:58.