Is there a convenient way to disable the SNI redirect for cPanel access?
I would prefer to just have http://example.tld/cpanel redirect to https://hostname:2083 regardless if example.tld has a valid secure certificate or not.
As the title suggests;
[ssl:error] AH02032 Hostname w provided via SNI and hostname example.com provided via HTTP have no compatible SSL setup
I am seeing several of these types of errors in Apache error log.
What could it mean?
I read this link with interest. Should I be worried...
In version 60.0 of WHM, I no longer see where to manage the SNI functionality for other domains. Since the addition of the cPanel SSL to all domains with version 60, it has re-enabled SNI for all domains.
I do not want to allow our clients to use server shared IP to install multiple SSL certificates, instead I want them to allocate single dedicated IP and allow that IP to be used for multiple SSL installation.
Idea is to allocate a reseller account one dedicated IP, now that reseller can...
on our shared Hosting , if any user install SSL without Dedicated IP , all other site when using https:// redirect to website that use SSL . this cause too many complaint . how can prevent this issue ?
Is there a best practice for SNI?
i.e my main server is hosted on ip 184.108.40.206 (not my real IP) and uses SSL to host the cpanel interfaces.
Shall I use a separate IP to host all the SNI websites that need certificates i.e 220.127.116.11 or put it all to the primary ip of 18.104.22.168?
I got some problem with SSL and non-SSL Domains with shared IP adress like descripted here:
SSL FAQ and Troubleshooting - Documentation - cPanel Documentation
I have done the steps descripted in the article but i am not sure if I have done everything right and I am not sure which path...
openssl s_client -showcerts -connect eworksbuildsit.com:993
Returns the global panel certificate (*.e-worksmedia.com) rather than the domain's certificate. The certificate was installed with Mail SNI enabled:
The host, Liquid Web, says
I see the configurations are...
I've reached the limit of available IP addresses on my Apache web server but increasingly need sites to run under SSL. I'd be comfortable with some of the sites running under SNI but a few of them need the backwards compatibility only offered with SSL on a dedicated IP.
So, is it possible to...
I have a server with one SSL certificate on the IP and then some other certs using SNI. Since the IP has a certificate so any non ssl website on the same IP when checked on https shows the default SSL certificate. Can we avoid this process, so that non ssl sites throw error instead of...
Just found this thread and I'm having the same problem.
I'm running CentOS 6.5 x86_64 kvm and WHM 11.42.0 (build 23)
I understand that SSL SNI should be working on this combo, however, I'm getting the same issue as the...
just wanting to know if anyone can help me with my problem. or direct me in the right direction.
SNI is great but i don't want to use it for one cpanel account as some users will be using browsers which do not support it.
so i have a main domain and 3 add on domains. and i have a...
Using WHM 11.40.1 (build 8), I have only one dedicated IP which I will be using for myself and all clients unless they specifically want their own IP.
This means that SNI will be required.. However, after installing a very basic SSL certificate on my root domain and then looking at the SSL...
How usable is the new Server Name Indication (SNI) feature?
I understand that it is not supported by a wire range of clients, some of them are:
- Internet Explorer on WinXP
- Safari on WinXP
So do you guys use SNI or is it unusable in practice, because too many...
All my dedicated servers have CPanel and my newest has Cent 6.4 and Latest Stable CPanel. I have one of my own web properties that is a SaaS app. I need to be able to put ssl's on the domains being pointed at this one IP address tied to demo.mywebproperty.com.
I have tried to install a SSL certificate for a user account in Cpanel on a shared IP but when I click on Install Certificate the following message appears:
"Your IP address is shared with other users. Because your server does not support <abbr title="Server Name Indication">SNI</abbr>, you...
How activate SNI on centos 5.9 + cpanel 11.38? We compile apache with latest openssl 1.0.1, but cpanel still says, that there are no SNI support on server. System openssl version is 0.9.8e. Pls, help. This feature is very important for us.
I have moved an account between two cPanel servers using the account transfer function in WHM.
This particular account has been using an SSL certificate with a dedicated IP on the old server. On the new server it is on a shared IP and it should continue to use the SSL certificate using SNI...