If i have the A record in the dns pointed to a unique ip on our server, but have mutiple ip addresses associated with the host headers, will this cause an issue?
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You can't have multiple hosts using the same individual IP running SSL. Each one needing SSL must be unique.
You can however; 1. Have an SSL cert for www.site.com using IP 192.168.1.2 w/ host headers 2. Make a second host, www.company.com, using IP 192.168.1.2 w/ host headers. However this can not be assigned SSL using this IP.
Also, if you were to go to https:// www.company.com, you'd get a browser error about the certificate not matching https://www.site.com.