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SNI support for Domino HTTPS

SNI (Server Name Indication) allows you to to use HTTPS for multiple websites on a Domino server without the requirement to have a separate IP address.

Today there is no way to support multiple HTTPS based websites with a single IP address.

 

See --> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Server_Name_Indication

Daniel Nashed  [ https://blog.nashcom.de ]

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    August 14, 2018 20:24

    This would be a huge help especially for bringing Domino applications to the web. All major web servers support SNI.

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    August 28, 2018 23:22

    Yes!

    This would free up a bunch of our external IPs.  I've done this via a reverse proxy, but then you have to maintain two server configurations -- not ideal - and definitely not the typical historical Domino way.

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    September 28, 2018 13:33

    That would be huge help for several our our customers

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    October 8, 2018 14:35

    Yes, please, this is almost a requirement as more sites are requiring SSL, even for internal only traffic. Having to ask for a separate IP address for each web site is not going over well, plus adds more complexity to the configurations..