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Is there a way to do it without using SNI Mod Apache?

I tried many thing but no 1 them worked for me.

thanks in advance.

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Use different ports for each virtual host.

You simply cannot have two certs on a single address+port without SNI support.

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default SSL port is 443, u mean that i should use another port to this second domain? i.e: 442 port? – XirhaisMiss Feb 16 '12 at 18:40
I found…, this guy seem fixed it. but i don't understand it. – XirhaisMiss Feb 16 '12 at 18:43
Yes you can use a different port number. 442, would work, if it isn't used by anything else on your system. The guy in the other question had a unique IP per site. – Zoredache Feb 16 '12 at 18:45
hum yes but it look like local IP , isn't? – XirhaisMiss Feb 16 '12 at 18:56

Many SSL providers offer multi-domain SSL certificates, you may want to look in to these. These allow you to have a simple Apache configuration, but multiple sites on one HTTPS IP address. These are not ideal for sites requiring separation, but in this case an isolated server/VM may make more sense.

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