Wildcard SSL and Wildcard hostnames
reallfqq-nginx at yahoo.fr
Mon May 11 13:57:59 UTC 2015
itpp2012 provided you with the answer, also to be found in the server_name
On Mon, May 11, 2015 at 3:54 PM, braindeaf <nginx-forum at nginx.us> wrote:
> Sorry to be vague.
> http://example.co - works fine and as expected.
> http://blah.example.co - returns curl: (60) SSL certificate problem:
> certificate chain
> This is actually picking up the SSL cert for the default site on the
> So the server_name is picking up example.co but *.example.co seems to be
> Interesting, the wildcard SSL Key is the most basic RapidSSL Wildcard
> Certificate, so perhaps going down the Subject Alternate Name route might
> be worthwhile or worth talking to RapidSSL Support about because we also
> need *.staging.example.co to work for our staging environment too which
> might kill two birds with one stone.
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