I'm working on the SSL part of one of our sites. Eventually we'll buy a certificate but in the mean time I'm using a self signed certificate. It seems like the cobalt doesn't distuingish within a virtual site which files are secure (and so reachable via https://
) and those files that don't have to be secure (reachable via http://
The question is how to make the files that are meant to be only secure files not reachable via http://.
For example https://sub.domain.com/
is reachable under http://sub.domain.com
I'm meaning to put a shop here that should only be accesable through the secure sockets of the SSL and never through the non secure http://
On our last server (virtual hosting using PLESK as admin) we had two direcotries in our account one for the non secure files called 'httpdocs' and one for the secure files 'httpsdocs' these were two completely seperate sites and completeley independant of each other.
Is there something like this I can do on the cobalt? Does any of you have experience with using SSL on a cobalt?
Another question is if we can put multiple certificates on the same cobalt. Our cobalt GUI started comlaining after trying to add a second one. Right now we only need one but I know in the future this could give problems. Do we need a new IP address for each seperate certificate?
Thanx heaps for you info...