Re: why don't my ssl headers show?

From: Karl Levinson [x y] mvp (
Date: 11/21/03

Date: Thu, 20 Nov 2003 19:16:09 -0500

Are you talking host headers? Those aren't supported with SSL. You need to
use different port numbers or different IP addresses if you want to host
multiple web sites / domains using SSL on one web server. e.g. or have
resolve to a different IP address, but both IP addresses are bound to the
TCP/IP stack for your network interface [multiple NIC cards are not

And if you do this, it may be helpful to use host headers on two non-SSL
sites that contain redirect scripts that redirect users from the non-SSL
site to the appropriate SSL site so they don't need to remember to type in Redirect scripts are possibly using
META REFRESH in HTML, Response.Redirect in .ASP, etc. Additional examples
are in and

"Jason Gallas" <> wrote in message
> I'm using to check my websites for http and ssl headers
> and when I do the http headers they show up but the ssl ones do not.
> on my master www service properties sheet there is no port listed under
> port but there is port 80 for http port. What gives? How would I add ssl
> to this property sheet, or is that even possible? Or alternately, is this
> even necessary to make the ssl headers show up?

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