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Wildcard SSL and cPanel

Discussion in 'Security' started by bespokehosting, May 23, 2016.

  1. bespokehosting

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    Hi,

    I have a quick question, I'll explain the situation first.

    1. I have a dedicated server which is running a number of VPS's. Within one of these VPS I have a SSL certficate running, lets assume the hostname of the server is server1.example.com

    The services on this server are using the same SSL cert for server1.example.com

    On this server I have a copy of cPanel/WHM running and have a number of resellers, now one of my resellers has purchased a wildcard ssl certficate and would like to use that so that if users access www.[customer_domain].com/cpanel they are taken to https://www.[customer_domain].com:2083

    How do I set this up, is this possible, as the reseller wants to maintain white label.

    Cheers

    Dean
     
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    OK tried that but when I visit www.[customer_domain].com/cpanel I am taken to https://www.[customer_domain].com:2083

    But I then get a certficate error as it's using the hostname's certficate for some reason.

    Any ideas?
     
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    Hello,

    The functionality you are seeking is not currently possible with the cPanel/WHM/Webmail service, however please vote and add feedback to the existing feature request for this at:

    SSL certificate per domain on all services

    Thank you.
     
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