Server Name Indication(SNI) is an extension of Transport Layer Security which allows multiple secure web sites, with separate certificates, to be hosted at the same IP address

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is a wildcard SSL the only option in this multiple VHOST/1IP setup?

I have a web app set up that needs the following SSL encryption: secure.myapp.com -> SSL www.myapp.com/login -> SSL www.myapp.com/signup -> SSL If I'm correct, I could run one SSL ...
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Windows Vista Wrong Certificate With SNI

I'm setting up SNI on an apache server and I thought things were going well. I have two URLs from different domains that point at the same site. I have one virtual host setup for each with the ...
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Setup Apache 2.2 With SNI Under Ubuntu 8.04

I am trying to setup SNI on a server running Ubuntu 8.04 with openssl 0.9.8g and apache 2.2.8. I know that I need either mod_gnutils or openssl 0.9.8j (I think) to support SNI. Is it possible to do ...
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Multiple SSL domains on the same IP address and same port?

This is a Canonical Question about Hosting multiple SSL websites on the same IP. I was under the impression that each SSL Certificate required it's own unique IP Address/Port combination. But the ...
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How to configure SNI so as to have benifits of SNI [closed]

How can i configure SNI to get the benifts ...........I am using openssl 1.0.0 beta5 and apache 2.2.14. Can anyone tell me the complete procedure . I am configuring virtual host in ssl.conf files and ...
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Upgrading OpenSSL in CentOS 5.3

I want to use one IP to host many domains with individual SSL certificates (requires SNI). In CentOS 5.3, the latest version of OpenSSL I can find an RPM for is 0.9.8e, which does not support SNI. I ...