We have a Wildcard SSL Certificate that is supposed to work on any subdomain of a given domain.
So in this server we have this file structure:
/home/DOMAIN/public_html/subdomainx /home/DOMAIN/public_html/subdomainy etc...
Now, the Certificate is installed, but when you visit any subdomain over https (example: hxxps://subdomainx.domain.com ) it points to
We need that when you visit a subdomain via https hxxps://subdomainx.domain.com
That it points to the the same directory that it's http equivalent: /home/DOMAIN/public_html/subdomainx
Our provider tells us that this is not possible, that the current behaviour is correct, and that to achieve this we need to do it with htaccess.
I've tried a few things, incluiding this solution, that seems to be what I need: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5365612/advice-on-configuring-htaccess-file-to-redirect-http-subdomain-to-https-equival
But can't get it to work.
Any tips? Thanks.
Added: The server is Apache.