Please clarify your intent:

By default, tomcat has a /commented/ connector on 8443, which you can
configure&activate. You can activate as many connectors on as many ports
as you like. But if you have all applications on the same application
server anyways (and are using the same hostnames): Why bother?

This could be a question about SNI (Server Name Indication) to have
multiple domain names on a single IP (but you're mentioning only one
domain name).
This could also be a question about how to map tomcat's ports to 80 or,
in your case more likely 443.
Or it could be a question on how to set up https in general. Why do you
want to listen on several ports? Wouldn't you - in the end - want them
all to come in through https on the standard port?


Am 15.01.2016 um 20:01 schrieb Jeff Jennings:
> I will have two applications running on my tomcat server
> Jira on port 8080 and confluence on port 8090
> I'm going to get an ssl cert for the server which I'll call something like
> Once I get my ssl cert for how do I go about setting up the
> configuration file for tomcat so that both sites can share the cert.
> I've been using regular apache for years and know how to do it with virtual
> hosts in httpd.conf and ssl.conf but tomcat is new to me.
> any pointers would be appreciated.
> I'm thinking I'd like to map 8080 to something like
> and 8090 to
> but I'm open to all ideas.
> I see tomcat want to use port 8443 for ssl
> I have read this page:
> but am unsure how
> to handle multiple apps on the same server that listen on different ports.
> thanks
> jeff

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