Self Signed Certs

I have a fully working installation of NGINX. I can server http and
https websites when they have valid certificates. Only a few of my
servers use certificates signed by 3rd Party CA and those work
correctly. A few of my servers use a certificate generated from my
enterprise ca, and those worked once that enterprise CA was added to the
list of root CAs. The problem is I have a few appliances that don’t
allow the use of enterprise CAs and I don’t want to purchase a 3rd party
certificate for. Is there a way to get NGINX to server out these
websites?

Posted at Nginx Forum:
http://forum.nginx.org/read.php?2,228540,228540#msg-228540

On Thu, Jul 12, 2012 at 9:41 PM, rosenbaaron [email protected]
wrote:

I have a fully working installation of NGINX. I can server http and
https websites when they have valid certificates. Only a few of my
servers use certificates signed by 3rd Party CA and those work
correctly. A few of my servers use a certificate generated from my
enterprise ca, and those worked once that enterprise CA was added to the
list of root CAs. The problem is I have a few appliances that don’t
allow the use of enterprise CAs and I don’t want to purchase a 3rd party
certificate for. Is there a way to get NGINX to server out these
websites?

Yes, you can use self-signed certificates. Or you can get certificates
for free from startssl.