All right I have the following:
- ONE External Ip Address.
- TWO websites on their own physical servers (IIS). (They are separate and they have to remain that way). No virtual hosts.
- TWO SSL certificates, one for each website
Main website uses the standard external 443 port Secondary website uses the external port 8443
Internally on the LAN I can go to each website, SSL/Certs are correct and fine. I used DNS to point it to the internal ip address.
But when I use https://remote.somedomain.com:8443 externally the SSL Certificate is wrong. It is actually trying to use the https://main.somedomain.com certificate. Even though I do not have the https://main.somedomain.com certificate on that server.
So what is going on? DO I need to get another External IP Address? Is there a workaround? This link provides a workaround but I can use a virtual host