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comment Nginx: possible to use SSL certificates from different authorities on one IP address?
then you should be OK, SNI has been around for a decade
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comment Apache basic auth or SSL client certificate based on the originating IP
well, there is a fix, they just want more money for it than I'm ready to spend
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answered Nginx: possible to use SSL certificates from different authorities on one IP address?
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answered Why is it so hard to get servers with Lot of Ram, but few cores?
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answered Without glue, how do DNS servers know the ip of nameservers?
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comment Do proxies and/or load balancers alter HTTP query strings by default?
exactly, but then again, never underestimate human stupidity ;)
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answered Apache's htcacheclean doesn't scale: How to tame a huge Apache disk_cache?
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comment Can I create a chained SSL certificate that is recognized by browsers?
Well, you asked for a cert that is recognized by browsers. Self-signed one is certainly not.