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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by sigep739, Nov 21, 2004.

  1. sigep739

    sigep739 Well-Known Member

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    My client had this to say.. what is he talking about? (Obviously, I am not familiar with SSL).

    Well it seems ssl on secure.domain.com is broken. I double checked the ssl keys, crt and cert and they are correct per the issuing authority. Problem is the web server is not socketing secure.domain.com to 443 I have only a few days left on my cancellation timeline or I have to eat the cost of the cert. Hopefully you may be able to fix it.
     
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    This is another post. He has the certificates and keys installed on the server... but for some reason, they are not showing up for me in WHM.
     
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    Try posting the SSL directive from httpd.conf and will take a look. You do have a dedicated IP# for the SSL...correct?
     
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    Well.. here is the problem. If I log into his cpanel, it says that it has certificates installed for his SSL domain. HOwever, when I search the server (to see if they are in /usr/share/ssl), they are not there with the rest of them.

    Furthuremore, there is no directive in the httpd.conf... because it is like they dont even exist. Should I just suggest he delete what he has in cpanel and recreate them?

    Thanks!
     
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    If they are not there, then there is nothing to delete. I would have him email the cert and key to you and you try to install it from WHM. See if it works for you.
     
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    this is what is affecting me as well and it used to work before on stable 6 :(
     
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    i edited the virtual hosts to be :443 at the end but now i get a error lol when someone goes to https://www.manningtonsupplies.com


    EDIT " it wont work on http:// then so i changed it back lol
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    #7 fusioncroc, Nov 22, 2004
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