Okay, so I created a ssl cert over port 8083 on domain: secure.domainhidden.com
However, when I type in https://secure.domainhidden.com:8083
the browser removes the port from the url and I get an error which says:
"You attempted to reach secure.domainhidden.com, but instead you actually reached a server identifying itself as domainhidden.com. This may be caused by a misconfiguration on the server or by something more serious. An attacker on your network could be trying to get you to visit a fake (and potentially harmful) version of secure.domainhidden.com. You should not proceed."
When I add in a php page to the above url, it works though:
Any ideas as to why that it's shaving off the port number if accessing the root index file?
Also, it is a wordpress site on the root so maybe that is it.
In my wp_config.php I placed the following too:
$droot = "/";
$url = "domainhidden.com";
also, my .htaccess file is not tripping anything up.
All ports are open and active in Apache network as well as in juniper firewall.
So the cert is working just fine, but only if I hard code in a .php page not on a page in wordpress framework. Is there a solution to this madness experts?