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  • Multiple SSL's pointing to same internal website

    Good day

    I have the following situation and would like to confirm what is the best way to address this.
    I am running ISA 2004 with latest Service Pack. I have a dual NIC ISA server with one NIC going to outside world and the other local. I currently use a rule that points external users (using a sercure website address) to a site on my internal network - www.samplesite -

    What I would like to do is to use another secure website to point to the same internal site - www.samplesite . I guess in short - at the end of the day I would like two different https:// website addresses point to the same internal website coming through the same external IP address.

    I am not sure if a wildcard certificate in this instance would work as that normally would allow for multiple sites using one ssl listener or do I have to configure another NIC with an external address.

    I guess this brings up another question whether I can have an internal website with two different SSL's?

    Thank you very much for your time.

    Regards

    Mike

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    Re: Multiple SSL's pointing to same internal website

    You can create multiple websites with each a own certificate.
    You can publish only one ssl website per exteral/internal IP. Multiple ip addresses are required (unless you're talking about dirs within a site)
    Marcel
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    • #3
      Re: Multiple SSL's pointing to same internal website

      Thank you for the reply.
      Am I correct then to assume that for one website I cannot have multiple ssl's. In other words, I cannot have https://1 and https://2 point to the same website.

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