silvernetuk

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Hi,

I would like to know if I have to the following step right, I am ordering the ssl certs via whm

1. Order domain name - DONE :D
2. Setup account in WHM as secure.domain.com and give it own ip
3. Order SSL Certs via WHM

Is that correct ?

Regards,
Garry
 

jimcarter

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by the way,
if you dont fancy paying for a certificate,
you can just create the account, then generate the SSL cert and signing request and then click on install an SSL certificate and setup the domain,
this will setup SSL on the domain with a self signed certificate,
Thanks :)
 

internetfab

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Feb 20, 2003
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Dummy question...

Alright, dummy question to make SSL work for clients..

SSL is already in use as cPanel/webmail and WHM are all using https for access.
What do I have to do to get https://mydomain.com/~client1/ssl_folder/ accept ssl connections?

When it comes to SSL I'm a real newbie, so any tips would be nice :)

One has to add an entry in httpd.conf in apache right? For the virtualhost.. or?
 

DJ_Max

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Originally posted by jimcarter
by the way,
if you dont fancy paying for a certificate,
you can just create the account, then generate the SSL cert and signing request and then click on install an SSL certificate and setup the domain,
this will setup SSL on the domain with a self signed certificate,
Thanks :)
I was just about to post this. Cause i have a question, when you do it that way, does the account have to have a Dedicated IP??
 

Radio_Head

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Feb 15, 2002
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same problem here , how to have a whm self signed certificate for more than 1 month ?

Thank you