[wp-hackers] WordPress multisite, Domain mapping and SSL
james at easilyamusedinc.com
Tue Aug 30 21:02:25 UTC 2011
Thats kinda what I thought and have already informed my clients.
Thanks for sound of mind.
On Aug 30, 2011, at 4:57 PM, Jeremy Felt wrote:
> Each SSL certificate *requires* a unique IP address on the server. This is
> outside the realm of WordPress configuration. The solution will depend on
> your network and server setup.
> As a general overview, you'll need multiple public IP addresses (3) pointing
> to your server and your web server should be configured to respond to each
> IP with the proper domain and SSL cert location.
> - Jeremy
> On Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 13:18, James Tryon <james at easilyamusedinc.com>wrote:
>> Hi everybody,
>> Small problem and I can't get the server to load the correct certs per
>> Current sert up
>> WordPress Multisite set up with sub directories.
>> With 3 sites set up under it.
>> main site -http://www.eckerd.org/
>> sub site - http://www.eckerdacademy.org/
>> sub site - http://www.eckerdcbc.org/
>> Then we have
>> http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wordpress-mu-domain-mapping/ set up to
>> map the other domains to the main site and sub sites.
>> The SSL works just fine on the main site.
>> When you try to go to a sub site (https)
>> It loads the main sites Cert.
>> We have 3 different ssl certs set up with the 3 main domains.
>> How would we get the server to load the correct cert per site?
>> People have said if you use different IP's it can be done, But that's
>> really all they say - No real Direction or more info then that ; c (
>> Thank you for your time,
>> James Tryon, Creative Director
>> Easily Amused, Inc.
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