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  • SSL Issue on Secondary Domains

    Hi,

    There is an issue with the Multi-Domain capability in Iworx 3, as it allows SSL's to be installed on one of the Seondary domains, however as its a dedicated IP the NameVirtualHost directive isn't in /etc/httpd/conf.d/namevirtualhost.conf, therefore the virtualhosts overlap and wont work correctly.

    Adding the IP into namevirtualhost.conf doesn't work, as then there is a mis-match over using the IP more times, resulting in the error:

    mixing * ports and non-* ports with a NameVirtualHost address is not supported, proceeding with undefined results

    Can this be either confirmed as a bug and the SSL ability removed from accounts with Secondary domains - or is there a 'work-around' we can use, so that people with a multi-domain account can use SSL without having to have a separate account for the SSL-domain.

    Cheers! :D
    Ledger Technologies Group Ltd - UK based dynamic group of companies that utilises existing and emerging technologies to provide data solutions for clients globally.
    EverythingWeb.Net Ltd - UK Based Website Hosting, Design & Maintenance.

    The views expressed in the above messsage are purely my own and are in no way official or representative of the companies I represent.

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    Fixed this temporarily by adding following into /etc/httpd/namevirtualhost.conf

    NameVirtualHost XX.XXX.XXX.XX:80
    NameVirtualHost XX.XXX.XXX.XX:443

    where XX.XXX.XXX.XX is the IP being used as a Dedicated IP, on an account with Secondary domains, and requiring SSL.
    Ledger Technologies Group Ltd - UK based dynamic group of companies that utilises existing and emerging technologies to provide data solutions for clients globally.
    EverythingWeb.Net Ltd - UK Based Website Hosting, Design & Maintenance.

    The views expressed in the above messsage are purely my own and are in no way official or representative of the companies I represent.

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