Re: multiple secure websites on a server
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 19:30:35 +0800
a) SSL doesn't support host header.
so in this case you need different IP or ports
to bind the cert.
Please respond to newsgroups only ...
"Hai Minh" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I have a Windows2000 server with IIS 5 and I set up 3
> website on it. It's OK with HTTP protocol. Now my manager
> want to use SSL with all 3 sites. I configured the first
> site and it worked well. But when I configured the second
> site, I can not open the first site with HTTPS. It's
> always take me to the second site. And I catched the same
> problem when I configured the third site.
> All three site were configured to work with HTTPS but only
> the last one work. The two other sites are forwarded
> automatically to the third site when I surf them.
> I think with HTTP, IIS can allow multiple sites to listen
> on port 80 but with HTTPS, IIS allow only one site listen
> on port 443. Is it right ? Do you have any solution for my
> problem ?
> Thank you.
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