SSL install: cannot find new certificate

Discussion in 'Installation/Configuration' started by JamesD, Apr 14, 2010.

  1. JamesD

    JamesD New Member


    I'm bumping my head into the wall. Here is my case:

    1) I have two co-loc servers installed with ISPConfig (not sure about the version now but I installed them in 2007). Let me call them A and B.

    2) Server A has multiple IP addresses so all the virtual servers are IP-based;
    Server B has only 1 IP address so all the virtual servers are Name-based;

    3) Now I started installing SSL certificate for my virtual servers.

    -- For A: it works like a charm and I have my servers configured with SSL in one minute.

    -- For B: I knew it's not possible (well before Apache 2.2.8, it may work with some hack) to enable SSL on all Name-based virtual hosts. But I only want to enable SSL on **one** virtual host.
    The problem is: no matter how I configured the SSL in apache httpd.conf and Vhost conf files, this virtual host *always* returns an invalid SSL certificate which I created years ago when installing ISPconfig.

    It never returns the new-certificate I just installed. I have searched through all the configuration files but I cannot find where and how it still refers to old certificate files.

    4) In the meantime, I modified ISPConfig's conf files, and ISPconfig can now be accessed with new SSL without any problem.

    5) This may be a little long, but can someone help me on to make one of my virtual server on B to work with new SSL certificate?

    Thanks a lot in advance.

    -- James
    Last edited: Apr 14, 2010
  2. JamesD

    JamesD New Member


    Ok, on Server B, since it's a single IP address server, I also need to update /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf with my new certificate to make it work.


    -- JamesD

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