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Hello all. I'm trying to get Apache2 and SSL up and running. I've got apache installed and listening properly on ports 80 and 443. HTTP requests respond properly. HTTPS requests gir the following error in logs/error_log:
[error] [client x.x.x.x] Invalid method in Request €L^A^C
After some Googling, I know that this is related to my browser speaking SSL, but Apache listening for HTTP. I know that mod_ssl.c is installed properly:
I'm betting its a problem with one of my conf files, but I've been starting at them too long and its all running together. I need a second set of eyes to examine the conf files below (comments snipped out) and point out my error. TIA.
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This is one of the many alterations to httpd.conf that I did, but it's the last thng that removed the last of the problems I was having. Just thought that I would share it.
Additioinally, for those that are curious, you can only have SSL certificate per IP address, so although your virtual hosts can share that same cert, they will all get the same, identical cert. Hence, if your cert is for "*.foo-bar.com", and all your hosts are subdomains of "foo-bar.com" (note, "foo-bar.com" seems to work with many browsers too!) then you should not have significant issues as most browsers now (even IE, believe it or not) recognize wildcard certs, but if you want www.foo-bar.com AND www.ping-pong.com to work, you'll need to bind each to a different IP address. Oh well.