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SSL Domain Mismatch Error

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jonwatson, Jan 11, 2008.

  1. jonwatson

    jonwatson Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    I suppose the new user forum is as good a place as any for this.

    We are a web host, If a reseller wants to hide us from his clients by having his clients go to https://the.resellers.domain.com/cpanel how do we accomplish this so his client's don't see the domain mismatch browser error? Currently, browser's complain that the user isn't going to the.resellers.domain.com, but rather the.hosts.domain.com.

    I'm fairly certain this used to work with some setting under cPanel 10, but I can't be sure and I can't find any correct settings in 11.

    I've tried assigning the domain a dedicated IP and generating certs for it, but the same problem exists.

    Any pointers would be helpful.

    Thanks,

    Jon
     
  2. jonwatson

    jonwatson Well-Known Member

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    Bumpy Bump!

    Nobody knows? Should I open a support ticket to ask?

    Thanks

    Jon
     
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    troxalias Well-Known Member

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    Maybe what you look for is in WHM under Tweak Settings the options:
    "When visiting /cpanel or /whm or /webmail WITHOUT SSL, you can choose to redirect to"
    "When visiting /cpanel or /whm or /webmail with SSL, you can choose to redirect to"
    to "Origin Domain Name ".

    You may also
     
  4. jonwatson

    jonwatson Well-Known Member

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    Yeah, that's not it. I mean, that works in the sense that the URL in the address bar will change (or not) according to those settings, but it doesn't stop the SSL certificate error.

    Jon
     
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