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SSL woes

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by michaellunsford, Aug 28, 2006.

  1. michaellunsford

    michaellunsford Regular Pleskian

    Jul 25, 2005
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    I have an SSL certificate configured on a server. When I visit the :8443 (plesk port) I get the right certificate, but visiting plain old port 443 still presents the self signed.

    Here's what I've done so far:
    1. had plesk create the CSR. I pasted in the cert and CA.
    2. I checked the new cert and clicked the "setup" button, rechecked and clicked the "default" button.
    3. under server > ip address, I made the appropriate domain the default domain. I also specified the new certificate under the IP address.

    What step did I miss?

    PS> this is running on a Virtuozzo VPS, if that matters. When I visit the Virtuozzo port (4643), I get yet another certificate, which looks like the ISP's cert.

    EDIT: I have deleted all other certificates from the server and domain control pannels. There is one certificate in plesk -- yet port 443 continues to issue the mystery self-signed certificate.

    vhosts/example.com/conf/httpd.include is calling the right cert. Something is apparently overriding this setting.