installing ssl certificate in iis6

i have a few sites in my web server.  they all use the same private ip but i use different http headers.  
i have 1 ssl certificate for 1 of my sites and uses port 443.

today i purchase a new one for another site and it gives me error that it cannot do it because another site is using same port.  

does ssl require unique ports??? how can i get around this?  
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DCenaculoConnect With a Mentor Commented:
You must use a diferent ssl port for second site. Have you tried it already ?
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gianitooAuthor Commented:
ok i read but i dont understand.
i purchase 2 different certificates.   one for domain a   and one for domain B.

am i able to accomplish this or not? how would u do it?
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DCenaculoCommented:
You do have two diferente domains ? example: www.domaina.com and www.domainb.com ? or do you have www1.mydomain.com and www2.mydomain.com ?

Your web server has only one IP address ?
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gianitooAuthor Commented:
i purchase from thawte a certificate for

www.justmarketing.com

www.crracing.com

we use same private ip in iis for all sites

certificate for justmarketing is workin fine.

i added certificate for crracing and it does not like same port.  

would opening a new port for ssl would do it?
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DCenaculoCommented:
That is what you have to try now. I'm looking for more solutions, but for now that is what you must do, yes :)
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gianitooAuthor Commented:
any luck?
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gianitooAuthor Commented:
i am opening it now.   ill keep u updated
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gianitooAuthor Commented:
ok i opened port 446 and it defaults to default website only when  using https
why is this happening?  
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