SSL certificates

Hi there,

I have a situation where I have sharepoint 2013 on a certain domain name and have installed sharepoint 2016, but would like to use the same domain name for that as well. I'm not sure if it is possible to have 2 certificates with the same subdomain but different port numbers ?

Say

https://sharepoint.xyz.com:3001/ = sharepoint 2016
https://sharepoint.xyz.com:4001/  = sharepoint 2016

Its a bit of an odd query, however I'm not ready to turn off sharepoint 2013 yet for multiple reasons

Kind regards

JK
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Sajid Shaik MConnect With a Mentor Sr. System AdminCommented:
Can a single SSL server certificate cover multiple ports per domain name?
Yes, a single SSL server certificate can cover multiple ports for the same domain name. As an example, the certificate for myserver.mydomain.com will work for:
https://myserver.mydomain.com; and
https://myserver.mydomain.com:8888

i hope u got the answer..

reference:
https://support.comodo.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/326/17/can-a-single-ssl-server-certificate-cover-multiple-ports-per-domain-name

thanks
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Dave BaldwinFixer of ProblemsCommented:
That is not different sub-domains, that is different ports.  I don't think that can work.  Maybe if the IP address is the same...
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Haris DjulicConnect With a Mentor Commented:
SSL certificates are based on the hostname i.e. you certify that that machine is the real server. You can use same SSL for any or all port(s) on your server
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Haris DjulicCommented:
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