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SSL on Add-On Domains

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by liquidspaceman, May 26, 2016.

  1. liquidspaceman

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    Hello All,

    I am very much new to CPANEL and WHM.

    I obtained a Virtual Private Server and have root access. I have been creating multiple accounts in WHM for various businesses of mine. So I have created 4 different accounts in WHM, each with its own unique domain name. As an example let's say: mysite.com, website.com, funsite.com, internetsite.com.

    Each account has its own CPANEL account but all share the same IP. The issue I have is that every single site has an SSL certificate error when visiting the CPANEL/WHM/WEBMAIL https address. I would like to get rid of these errors as they are a nuisance and was going to buy an SSL certificate, but then I realized since all these sites have the same IP, that it's not possible to get rid of all the errors.

    It's my understanding that if I purchase an SSL cert for mysite.com, that's the only site where the error will be fixed. Can anyone help me get past this problem? Is there a way to force CPANEL/WEBMAIL/WHM to not use SSL address? I turned off "require ssl" in tweak settings but when I go to http://mysite.com:2087 or 2083 it gives a blank page. It forces you to type in the https address to get to the login screen. So I am assuming this is not the answer and I can understand why it's designed this way, but is there any solution?

    How do I get rid of these SSL errors on all of these domains?

    Thanks to anyone that will help.
     
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    Nevermind, it wasn't working before but now it is.
     
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