Re: why don't my ssl headers show?
From: Karl Levinson [x y] mvp (levinson_k_at_despammed.com)
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.
https://www.yourseconddomain.com:444 or have www.yourseconddomain.com
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
https://www.yourseconddomain.com:444 Redirect scripts are possibly using
META REFRESH in HTML, Response.Redirect in .ASP, etc. Additional examples
are in www.google.com and www.iisfaq.com
"Jason Gallas" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I'm using network-tools.com 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?