Installing ISPConfig ssl installation certificate to a site?

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by lyndros, Mar 17, 2006.

  1. lyndros

    lyndros New Member

    hi all , im trying to install the SSL certificate that ISPConfig creates during the installation to mydomain.com (to a site), but i can only create new certificates, because i take ispconfig server.crt and server.csr and paste it in the text fields but it doesnt work and click on save... but nothing...


    im doing this for security reasons i want to do a login page in my site to ISPConfig panel, but i dont want to send plain logins throught internet and i dont want to ask the users for two certificates, (one of the site, and another for ispconfig) so... how can i do that ?

    thk u u all :p
     
  2. falko

    falko Super Moderator

  3. lyndros

    lyndros New Member

    falco thanks for ur answer, but i dont want to create a new certificate :p, the problem is that i want to create a login window in my website that connects directly with ispconfig, the problem is if i create a SSL certificate for my site, then when customer wants login have to accept first the certificate for my site and then the ispconfig ssl certificate. if i dont create a certificate for my site then the passwords are sent unencrypt and this is to dantgerous...

    so the only solution that i found is to create my site with the same SSL certificate of ispconfig, by this way the customers only have to accept one ssl certificate and the passwords are sent secure.

    thks in advanced, :p, do u have an idea?
     
  4. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    I think you'd still have to accept the certificate twice, even if you use the same one in both sites, simply because you change the site (you leave your site and go to ISPConfig on port 81).
    But I'm not quite sure...
     
  5. lyndros

    lyndros New Member

    you only have to accept once i did a little test, but i dont know how to install ispconfig certificate in my site, do u know how?

    :p thank u all
     
  6. falko

    falko Super Moderator

    You can try this: create an SSL certificate for the site in ISPConfig. Afterwards, you have all the certificates etc. in the ssl directory.
    I would then copy the contents of the ISPConfig certificate files into the appropriate file in the ssl directory, like that:

    Code:
    cat /path/to/ISPConfig_certificate > /path/to/ssl/site_certificate
     
  7. lyndros

    lyndros New Member

    that worked, thk u very much falko :p
     

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