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Multiple SSL certificates on one IP

Add the possibility of having one SSL certificate per hostname not IP adress bound to the server.

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  • Jan 28 2019
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    28 Jan 13:06

    Could be the same as this one
    https://domino.ideas.aha.io/ideas/DOMINO-I-541

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    05 Feb 12:38

    Decide to use Apache as the frontend webserver for Domino servers. 

    It wil lead you to a faster Domino environment and introduces load balancing by Apache.

    You can use Let's Encrypt in Apache for free SSL certificates. It's easy to setup. 

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    07 Feb 04:00

    IMHO Both mentioned ideas would be important to be implemented!

    SNI support and proper wildcard/ multiple alternate subjects cert mapping internet sites support!

    I have the same issue with my blog and my website. With one IP I can only run poperly one site with TLS/SSL with one IP.

    I think this is a duplicate and the other two should be merged into one feature request!


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