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Multiple HTTPS Ports

Can multiple https ports be setup with one tomcat 5.5 server on unix ?  If there's a main web application on 443, can I have another application on another https port using a different keystore all on the same server?
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lcor
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xDUCKxCommented:
HTTPS requires a dedicated IP Address.  You can setup multiple ports, but they will need to be on their own IP addresses.  You should be able to bind multiple IP's to the server.
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GaryCommented:
There is only one SSL port and that is 443, browsers will only send data on that port.
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xDUCKxCommented:
There is only one SSL port and that is 443, browsers will only send data on that port.

https://www.website.com:4443 will work if the website is bound and listening on it.  It's just not user friendly to start changing ports.
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GaryCommented:
Wasnt saying you couldnt send it on another port but then as you state you have to force the port.
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