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Apache name based virtual servers

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I want to have a virtual server that listens in 80 and 443 and another on that listens only in 443 and i want name based virtual server system to be able to distinguish it.

So far i have not been succesful with this either because the name based system doesnt work or because when it seems to work i get an SSL error (record too long).

Is this posible os is there Apache limitations?

Im running Apache2 on Debian Lenny
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You can't have multiple SSL sites on the same IP and port.
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¿Is there a way to implement this behaviour?
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I'm not aware of any. As far as I know there are just two options for SSL sites - different IP addresses or different port numbers.
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