Our Windows server is running Oracle8i, using Oracle9iAS with Apache 1.3
for Internet access (neither oracle or apache can be upgraded). I'm trying to set up SSL on one of the virtual sites.
What I've done so far:
- installed OpenSSL
and used it to create a certificate request and private key.
- I have received a valid certificate from a CA and placed all the certificates on the server as instructed by the CA
- I've edited my httpd.conf file as best I can with info I've gathered from researching the Internet to allow for a SSL connection.
So far I've tried to get SSL working on Apache using mod_ossl, Oracle's version of the mod_ssl module (which I don't have on Apache 1.3). Everything I've read tells me Apache needs mod_ssl to make SSL work and I was hoping I could use the already installed mod_ossl from Oracle but I can't seem to get it working.
Does anyone know if it's possible to use a certificate created through OpenSSL with Oracle's mod_ossl
? If not, how do I go about installing mod_ssl? I have already downloaded and expanded the mod_ssl tar file but not installed (build).
I've attached the SSL section of my httpd.conf file.