chrisangileri at yahoo.com
Thu May 29 06:17:33 MSD 2008
Yes I am using one IP with multiple domains/certs
so depending on the server and if i can get another IP
I'm pretty certain Virtual servers can get more IP's w/o
"nginx cannot see the URL until the
handshake has been completed"
makes sense for customer security
Calomel <nginxlist at calomel.org> wrote: Chris,
Are you using one ip address for multiple domain/ssl certs? If so, I
believe you may need to assign each cert to a separate ip.
Are you using a separate host names in one domain? You might need a
wild card certificate (*.yourdomain.com). There is a problem in that
nginx needs to see the request URL before deciding which cert to use
in the handshake. However, nginx cannot see the URL until the
handshake has been completed. See
http://wiki.apache.org/httpd/NameBasedSSLVHosts for more details.
If you get it working or you have a different setup then send mail to
Calomel @ https://calomel.org
Open Source Research and Reference
On Wed, May 28, 2008 at 08:07:38AM -0700, Eire Angel wrote:
> I just added a second SSL site to Nginx uising two different certs. The
> problem is that both sites are pulling the one cert. I have each of them
> served on 443 and serving their own domains. Just like i would think port
> 80 to work with multiple sites but its not. Is there another port i
> should use for the second instance say 444 ? and just action that in rails
> ? anyone experience similar ?
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