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Hi,

I have multilevel sub domains, i.e a.abc.mm.com,b.abc.mm.com and c.abc.mm.com

I want to use Ssl certificate for this multilevel subdomains.

Can I get SSL for these subdomains , if so what type of SSL should I purchase.

And whether all the browsers will support these ssl with multilevel subdomains,

Could you please say me what are advantages and disadvantages of these ?

                            Many Thanks.
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a.abc.mm.com
b.abc.mm.com
c.abc.mm.com

a wildcard certificate only goes 1 layer lower so you could get a wildcard for abc.mm.com which will cover a/b/c.abc.mm.com but not www.a.abc.mm.com where a separate certificate will be required
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