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Different SSL-Certs for Domain and Alias

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by Beamish, Mar 15, 2011.

  1. Beamish

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    Hi all,

    i want to install an Onlineshop on my server using Plesk 9.5.4. This is a Multishop-System and will use different Domains but one Webspace and DB.
    I would like to do this as Domain with Aliases.
    Now i need to use differenz SSL-Certs (one for each Domain/Alias).

    How can i do this?
    Will this work with one IP-Adress only? I think i cannot configure this directly in Plesk, but can i do this manually in the VHOST-Config?

    Regards,
    Marco
     
  2. IgorG

    IgorG Forums Analyst Staff Member

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  3. Beamish

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    Because the Domain-Alias has not the same Second-Level Domain.

    The Shop-URLS are
    www.shop1.com and
    www.shop2.com

    So Wildcard would not work, right?

    Regards,
    Marco
     
  4. lvalics

    lvalics Silver Pleskian Plesk Guru

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    The best thing to do a redirect if they are coming to shop2.com
    Will not work the certificate on the second domain and I do not see if is possible from PLESK to add to it, only eventually manually to hack the conf file.
     
  5. HillaryJ

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    Yes You are right! In your case Wildcard SSL Certificate Can not be useful as you are not having subdomains! You need to have different SSL for each. m i right?

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  6. JosephA

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    I searched and found that Wildcard SSL is particularly created to secure your top level domain together with all the subdomains of the same organization. For example; www. sitename.com, webmail.sitename.com, info.sitename.com, etc. can all be covered with one Wildcard SSL Certificate.

    But sitename.com and mysitename.com can not have the same SSL..

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  7. Jose MiguelP

    Jose MiguelP New Pleskian

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    UC Certificate


    You can use UC Certificate, http://www.sslshopper.com/unified-communications-uc-ssl-certificates.html, COMODO sells it http://ssl.comodo.com/unified-communications-uc-ssl-certificates.php

    Save money and ease certificate management processes
    Full Subject Alternative Name (SAN) control
    128/256 bit encryption, trusted by 99.9% of browsers, servers and clients
    Designed for MS® Exchange 2010 and OCS environments
    One of three official Microsoft UCC® vendors
    Unlimited, no fee re-issuance, move/change domains as required
     
  8. Javier P.

    Javier P. Regular Pleskian

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    I have the same problem.
    I have 2 certificate main domain and for domain alias ... but I don't Know HOw can I set to domain alias the certificate , because by default get the certificate of main domain.
     
  9. StéphanS

    StéphanS Regular Pleskian

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    Use a SAN certificate on the main domain for this.


    Let's Encrypt supports this by default:

    https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/frequently-asked-questions-faq/26

    "Can I get a certificate for multiple domain names (SAN certificates)?

    Yes, the same certificate can apply to several different names using the Subject Alternative Name (SAN) mechanism. The resulting certificates will be accepted by browsers for any of the domain names listed in them."
     
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