ssl on domain name

Posted on 2011-05-12
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
could I install ssl on one domain name and have another domain name at the same ip address (with or without ssl)
Question by:rgb192
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    Yes you can. You can have unlimited domain name pointed to the same ip address. Normaly SSL for website is on port 443 and a typical default port for website is on port 80. On your DNS A records simply point to that same ip address.
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    Yes you can using host headers.  You can only have one active certificate per port per IP address though which means that if Site1 is using SSL on port 443 (the default HTTPS port) then Site2, assuming it is on the same IP and is using a host header, cannot use SSL on port 443.


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