ok, with my notes and Aaron's, there *is* something you can do. If you
create the certificate for www.domain.com, you can rewrite HTTPS
requests to something like:


::tosses 0.02$USD on the table::

Aaron Dalton wrote:
> bfb21@comcast.net wrote:
>> If in my httpd.conf file I have numerous virtual hosts defined with include files like:
>> Include /usr/local/apache/conf/conf.d/devl00.conf
>> Include /usr/local/apache/conf/conf.d/devl01.conf
>> Include /usr/local/apache/conf/conf.d/devl02.conf
>> Include /usr/local/apache/conf/conf.d/devl03.conf
>> If I SSL enable the entire server in the main httpd.conf file, would I be able to access each virtual host on port 443 like https://devl02.mydomain.com/?
>> I believe I would be able to access https://www.mydomain.com securely as well.
>> I guess the question is, can you SSL enable the entire server, and access each virtual host via port 443?

> This comes up so often that it is in the Apache SSL FAQ. You may not
> have more than one SSL host on any given IP/Port combination.
> http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/ssl...aq.html#vhosts
> http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/ssl...q.html#vhosts2

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