Re: Multiple ssl certs for the same IP?

Thanks for the responses. Too bad this cannot be done, but
understandable. Does anyone have experience getting one of these
wildcard certificates? Any possible gotchas using one of these in
conjunction with nginx.

I will use round robin DNS to send incoming request to multiple front
ends running nginx. Am I correct to assume that I can just use the same
ssl key data at all front ends, assuming the requests all come in with
the same FQDN? Thanks.

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On Sun, May 04, 2008 at 01:55:44PM -0700, Rt Ibmer wrote:

Thanks for the responses. Too bad this cannot be done, but understandable. Does anyone have experience getting one of these wildcard certificates? Any possible gotchas using one of these in conjunction with nginx.

There should not be gotchas.

I will use round robin DNS to send incoming request to multiple front ends running nginx. Am I correct to assume that I can just use the same ssl key data at all front ends, assuming the requests all come in with the same FQDN? Thanks.

Yes, your assumption is right.

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