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Fixing: UCC SSL on CPannel forwarding Alt domains back to the primary.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by davebrown, Feb 12, 2012.

  1. davebrown

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    I have a VPS with goDaddy and I have a UCC SSL (5 domains)

    Lets say website1.com is the primary
    website2.com is the alt.

    Website1 is the main account on a cPannel and website2 is an addon domain for the said user.

    I have set up the SSL and https://website1.com works fine.
    However https://website2.com loads https://website1.com (address bar does not change)


    GoDaddy are advising I buy a fixed IP per domain I have and host each domain on there own cPannel account.

    Can someone please help me.

    Thanks to everyone in advanced.

    Regards
    Dave
     
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    anyone...... anyone at all........
     
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    As a result of this issue not being able to be fixed I have moved to PLESK!

    thread CLOSED!
     
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    Hello :)

    Yes, the advice you received would be ideal in this scenario. Each SSL certificate should be installed on an account with a dedicated IP address. Since it's not possible to have multiple IP addresses assigned to domain names on the same account at this time, each domain name should be on it's own account. You are welcome to contribute to the following feature request dealing with true multiple domain support:

    True Multi Domain Support (multiple SSL certificates & IPs per acct) [Case 40954]

    Also, please keep in mind that if you require a more immediate answer, you are welcome to submit a support ticket via:

    Submit A Ticket

    Thank you.
     
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