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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Nhojohl, Jun 13, 2007.

  1. Nhojohl

    Nhojohl Well-Known Member

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    I've been trying to install an SSL certificate on my cPanel site for awhile now and so far I've managed to botch more than a couple of them ><...

    Can someone give me a DETAILED and VERY easy to follow walkthrough of how to do it? Currently the site I am trying to install it on is on the main shared IP but I do have four extra IP addresses I can use.... I seriously just cant seem to figure this thing out for the life of me.

    I've got quite a bit of cPanel / WHM and web development experience but for some reason I can't get this dang thing working. The box is a dedicated CentOS 4.5 Enterprise i686 running cPanel 11 Current, and I do have root access.

    Thanks

    EDIT: If possible I'd like to have no downtime ><

    Also, using Godaddy TurboSSL, I have no problem with purchasing as many as it takes to get this stupid thing working.
     
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    flash7 Well-Known Member

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    The domain must have a dedicated IP address.
     
  3. eNetHosts

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    Please Read PM
     
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    as Flash7 said, you need a dedicated IP for EACH ssl .


    Once you have that, use the Cpanel SSL signature request, etc ...

    easy!
     
  5. eNetHosts

    eNetHosts Well-Known Member

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    This issue was resolved by one of our technicians yesterday.

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    Id like to get rid of the standard windows security warning every time one of my users logs into cPanel, webmail, etc. Its all because the SSL on the main IP is self signed. Can I simply get a cert for the boxes host name and install it to get rid of the issue?
     
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