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SSL with shared IP

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by phirschybar, Mar 16, 2006.

  1. phirschybar

    phirschybar Guest

    I have a shared IP on my server and I am trying to install an SSL certificate for a specific domain. I already have another SSL cert installed for another domain.

    After installing, I am unable to change the cert for my domain (there is no drop-down to choose from in my domain > setup)

    Is it possible to use multiple SSL certs on a server when using a shared IP? If not, do I have to buy another cert now (I am using a medium assurance, domain only validation cert)? If so, how can I do it? Do I have to install the cert server-level rather than domain?
  2. Highland

    Highland Guest

    You can only have one signed SSL cert per IP. There's no way around this.
  3. phirschybar

    phirschybar Guest

    ****. so if I have already installed the cert and I get a new IP to use it on, is it possible to remove the cert and install in the new IP space or do I need a new cert?

    I ask this because when I bought the cert I had to generate a key off of the server (which i am assuming, relied on the IP in some way)?
  4. realaaa@

    realaaa@ Basic Pleskian

    Mar 16, 2006
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    I dont't think certs are tied to IPs, so there should be no problems using this cert for another IP and even recreating it in another domain repository or server repository.