I have a static IP which gets routed requests through my firewall. This server has a wildcard SSL certificate that for some reason decided it no longer wants to work. In my httpd.conf I have the following configuration for the server:
I have mod_ssl enabled, etc. I then have a virtual host configured:
< VirtualHost 10.200.2.15:443 >
DirectoryIndex index.html index.php login.jhtml
< IfModule mod_ssl.c >
< /IfModule >
< /VirtualHost >
When I restart apache my ssl engine log states:
[info] Init: Configuring server v3.mysite.com:443 for SSL protocol
[warn] Init: (v3.mysite.com:443) RSA server certificate CommonName (CN) `*.mysite.com' does NOT match server name!?
This configuration was working fine for months, and after a restart the server refuses to serve the site over HTTPS. It times out attempting to hit it in Firefox through both the static ip and the DNS outside of the VPN. Any thoughts?