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ssl on subdomain failure.

Discussion in 'Plesk 10.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by jmi, May 17, 2012.

  1. jmi

    jmi Guest

    set up IP in plesk (10.0.1 security patched)
    set up domain in plesk we will call it mydomain.com
    associated domain to exclusive IP
    created sub-domain shop.mydomain.com
    created ssl cert CSR for subdomain
    obtained SSL cert and CA and added them to plesk
    associated IP address cert in plesk

    Now, what should have happened is that when someone comes to the subdomain it should recognize if it's https: or http: and serve up the page.

    What happens is:
    - someone going to http://shop.mydomain.com/ gets the pages served up from the sub-domain
    - BUT -
    - someone going to https://shop.mydomain.com/ gets the pages served up from https://www.mydomain.com/

    So, why is https:// not serving up the sub-domain structure for which the SSL has been licensed?