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Tomcat with multiple SSL hosts

Posted on 2008-10-22
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Hi Everyone,
  I am using Tomcat 5.0 for my webserver. I am trying to get multiple SSL hosts running. I am seeing conflicting answers on how to do this. Do I need to make a whole new service for each site or do I just need to make new hosts and new connectors which use the address= option? If anyone has a working config and they could toss is up here that would be great!

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I actually have it working with having a unique wan IP mapped to a unique lan IP. From there you can create and use as many connectors as you need as long as you use the address="IP address here" and I have useIPVHosts="True" was well.
I then have my virtual hosts setup with the name of the domain such as

<Host name="sub1.domain.com></host>
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