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Post your certificate and I'd be glad to take a look.

BJ



On 10/11/05, Dr. Harry Knitter wrote:
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> Hello,
>
> I have a question about the meaning of some environment variables for
> mod_ssl.
>
> What do the fields T, I, G, S, and D in subject or issuer DNs mean,
> respectively, to which fields of a certificate do they point?
>
> Thanks
>
> Harry
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BJ





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Hello,

I have a question about the meaning of some environment varia=
bles for mod_ssl.

What do the fields T, I, G, S, and D in subject or=
issuer DNs mean,
respectively, to which fields of a certificate do they=
point?


Thanks

Harry
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