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Old 13th November 2006, 23:15
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Default Does ISPConfig Have a HTTPS:// folder?

MY question is as the title state's does ISPConfig have a secured http folder? so that you can run like ecommerce site's? for payment and all of that... and if so... what folder does it lay into???
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You can only have one SSL web site per IP address, not more. It's alimitation of the HTTPS protocol.

For creating SSL web sites with ISPConfig, have a look here: http://ispconfig.org/downloads/manua..._src.htm#4_2_4
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The link seems to be broken and in a foreign language :-) but yes i understand what you mean for SSL how would u go about getting a dedicated IP for a website... does it have to be a public ip? or internal... like do you have to get another IP issued by your ISP? we have the web server on a dedicated ip atm through the isp we have a range of 5 ip's all of which are being used at this point... and then at that point would you have to have a different server?? or can u have two dedicated public addresses going into one server? which then you would need to NIC cards right?
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You will have to assign as many external IP addresses to your server as you want to add SSL websites. Configure these IP addresses on your server, then add them in ISPConfig under management > server > settings. When you creáte a website in ISPConfig, select a IP that has not been used for another SSL website.
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The link seems to be broken and in a foreign language :-)
This is the correct link: http://ispconfig.org/downloads/manua..._src.htm#4_2_4
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Thanks for the reply's and for clerifying my understanding on how the dedicated ip with ssl works :-)
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Hi all,

Please help me, I have some problem with https !

I have dedicated server put on ISP. I'm ready configuration this server with ISPConfig 2.2.8 and managed by https://mydomain.com:81 .
My website is working with http://mydomain.com
I want running https://mydomain for some security ( still running http://mydomain.com )
In my domain alias folder /home/www/web1 ( I has change default web directory ), I have
cgi-bin
ssl
web <--- folder for http://mydomain.com
secure <--- folder for https://mydomain.com

After reading this topic, I know I must change server management from https://mydomain.com:81 ---> http://mydomain:81 . And after that, I don't know to do any thing ????

I has tested to change some configuration on /etc/httpd/conf/vhosts/Vhosts_ispconfig.conf for point folder secure to https://secure.mydomain.com but not work !!!

Please help me to solve my problem!

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After reading this topic, I know I must change server management from https://mydomain.com:81 ---> http://mydomain:81 . And after that, I don't know to do any thing ????
You don't need to change this. Why should you?

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I has tested to change some configuration on /etc/httpd/conf/vhosts/Vhosts_ispconfig.conf for point folder secure to https://secure.mydomain.com but not work !!!

Please help me to solve my problem!

Thanks for reading.
You must create the certificate for you SSL web site with ISPConfig. Have a look here: http://ispconfig.org/downloads/manua..._src.htm#4_2_4
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