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Tomcat SSL and Multiple Sites

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by herbertjoei, May 25, 2007.

  1. herbertjoei

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    Hi all,

    We have a server with Cpanel on it. Unfortunately, our developers installed tomcat separately from the WHM. They said the version was different and it was not stable. Anyway, now our self installed tomcat runs of port 8080. My first question is, how do I make this accessible via port 80 and the SSL port accessible via the standard SSL port? (443). I'm not very techy but I know there are ways to do this. We cannot have our clients go to http://domain.com:8080 everytime they want to access the site. Altho i konw we can make redirects, it would still be ugly and some firewalls may not allow this.

    Another question i have is, how do we install SSL to secure the tomcat sessions on multple domains on the server? We were able to install SSL on our tomcat but i think it is only for 1 domain. I know the domain needs to be an IP based site so what I did was create that site in cpanel as IP based. Now, whenever we go to https://www.domain.com:8443 it is working for the domain but if we go to https://www.newdomain.com:8443 it will obviously say invalid certificate.

    So basically, my objectives are:

    1. Have tomcat accessible via standard web ports (80/443)
    2. Install multple SSL on tomcat so that we can host multiple applications for different domains

    Anybody have an idea how to do this? Consider we are on Cpanel please :D

    Thanks.
     
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