[wp-hackers] WordPress multisite, Domain mapping and SSL
jeremy.felt at gmail.com
Tue Aug 30 20:57:12 UTC 2011
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.
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.
> P: (407) 278-5498 C: (407) 733-6473 T: easilyamused
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