Need help setting up ssl cert on subdomain

I have ssl certificate for my domain www.(mydomain).com and host.(mydomain).com.  There is 2 different certs.  How do I install them in my WHM control pannel?  I can install the www.(mydomain).com but when installing host.(mydomain).com it gives an error stating: (mydomain).com is already configured for SSL on (my ip address)
Only one SSL VirtualHost is allowed per IP address!
(mydomain).com is already configured for SSL on (my ip address). Only one SSL VirtualHost is allowed per IP address!
SSL Install aborted due to error.
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Steve BinkCommented:
The fix is implied in the error you are receiving.  You can only have one SSL certificate for each IP.  Add another IP, configure to use it, and install the second SSL there.

Alternatively, get a wildcard SSL for *  You can then put all your hosts on a single IP if you like.

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CandlewoodHanoverAuthor Commented:
I didnt think that a subdomain can utilize another ip.  Do you know how to do this in WHM/CPanel without making a new user account for each subdomain?
Steve BinkCommented:
I am not familiar with cPanel, but it is very possible to have any host on any IP, regardless if it is a subdomain or not.  In Plesk (another admin panel package), I would simply add another IP to the client's account.  When setting up the hosting for the subdomain, I would select the new IP instead of the pre-existing one.
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