Re: SSL on IIS6
From: cjobes (cjobes_at_nova-tech.org)
Date: Sun, 30 May 2004 13:47:42 -0400
I found the SSL Diag tool (great help). The problem is the cert that I
created with cert server. I don't know why yet, but if I use the SSL Diag
tool to create a new cert, the website works. Now the question is, why does
the cert server create a cert that isn't working?
Does anybody have any idea about this one?
"cjobes" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Some further info on this.
> The server is listening on port 443. I checked it with telnet. The lab
> is a workgroup. The DNS has a zone testlab.com with 2 entries (www and
> webserver) pointing to the IP that the website is using. the certificate
> name is webserver.testlab.com. Ping works for IP as well as the 2 names.
> app comes up with both names and the IP when I disable SSL.
> I searched MS and everything else I could find on the net. Does anybody
> an idea what else I can try?
> "cjobes" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> > Hi everyone,
> > I'm testing a new app on a standalone 2003. The website is mapped to a
> > single IP address that is only used by this website. The app works fine
> > anonymous access. I want to use SSL for the sole purpose of encrypting
> > traffic. User authentication is done within the app.
> > I installed a certificate server (root CA) on the same box and added the
> > certificate to the website. I then checked "ignore client certificates".
> > When I try to connect to the website with http it correctly tells me
> > SSL is required. When I try to connect with https://ipaddress I get an
> > that the page is not available.
> > Why is this not working? I tried the IE on the server as well as IE from
> > another box on the local net. Both IE have SSL 2 and 3 enabled.
> > Any help would be very much appreciated.
> > Thanks,
> > Claus