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Help: SSL Cert Installed + SSL Running, But...

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  1. Jasio

    Jasio Active Member

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    Hi,

    I recently installed an SSL certificate from FreeSSL and I have ran the command line command to start SSL, I recieved a message that SSL is already running, but my https:// url does not seem to work for the cPanel ports, it loads my homepage without any problems over https:// but when I try to add on the :2086 or :2082 onto the end, it just tries to connect and never really manages to connect.

    Any suggestions? Help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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  2. twhiting9275

    twhiting9275 Well-Known Member

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    You're using the wrong ports, that's why
    https://your.ip.net:2087 <<-- whm
    https://your.ip.net:2083 <<-- cpanel
     
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  3. Jasio

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    I get a 'Connection Refused' message from Mozilla when I tried both of those ports. I also get 'Connection Refused' when I try any URL /webmail or /cpanel

    Very weird =/
     
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    twhiting9275 Well-Known Member

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    Try restarting the services, occasionally this will happen. Not too often, but occasionally. If you're still getting the con_ref states, make sure you're using the right ip addresses and the right port.
     
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    Sadly, restarting the services did not resolve the problem. I am stumped as to why it would refuse to work properly.
     
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