> > Also, if I get a certificate for www.whatever.com will I be able to > > refer to it via http:// and https://? > > Well, ish. When you compile the port, you will be given the > option to generate several flavours of test key. These will > permit the HTTPS server to work, but visitors will get > pop-ups all the time warning that your site isn't trusted. > You will have to generate a .csr (Certificate Signing > Request) and send it off to one of the CAs to get it signed > by a recognised key, and then everything will work smoothly.
Well, I realize I need to get an "official" certificate to avoid those annoying pop-ups, but what I'm not sure about is whether I can go with a cert for www.whatever.com and use that for my https pages, or if I need to get a cert for something like secure.whatever.com and use that for https while the www.whatever.com will remain strictly http? I guess what I'm asking is, in the httpd.conf can I have 1 entry for the same virtualhost - one for port 80 and the other for 443? ---Marius _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"