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SSL- Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by tazman2000, Sep 26, 2008.

  1. tazman2000

    tazman2000 Active Member

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    I've been trying to get an SSL cert to work for over a day now, so have given before I lose the plot altogether :p

    I bought a RapidSSL for domain www.######.co.uk (NOT ######.co.uk)

    The CRT was generated on WHM, and Trustico verified it was for WWW

    I then used 'INSTALL A SSL....' , and selected www.######.co.uk from the Domain list, this published the CRT & KEY.

    Entered user NOBODY, then updated the CRT to that off Trustico, anc clicked SUBMIT

    This all seems to go well with HTTPD restarting, and getting the message:
    "httpd started ok Certificate verification passed.
    The Certificate for the domain ########.co.uk was installed on the IP"

    ....and this is were the problem seems to appear....it says ########.co.uk yet the CRT, DOMAIN etc were all setup for WWW.########.co.uk

    In SSL Key/Crt Manager I have:
    ######.co.uk.cabundle
    ######.co.uk.crt
    www.######.co.uk.crt
    ...and KEY file ######.co.uk.key

    This does not make sense to me, should it not all be www.######.co.uk ????

    In httpd.conf it is all listed as ######.co.uk :mad:

    Anyway, the result is I always get 'PAGE NOT FOUND' for https://www.######.co.uk

    Ports are open for https, and the cart is set to use https

    Any help appreciated. :)
     
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    tazman2000 Active Member

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    I updated Cpanel/WHM/APACHE, Uncle Tom Cobbly, and all....and it works now :eek:

    Strange!!
     
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