Justin MacCarthy, Fri, Jan 09, 2004 at 01:15:11PM -0000:
> If I have 2 boxes both serving www.mydomain.com with a hardware load
> directory doing round robin with sticky ssl sessions, do I need to purchase
> one or two certs?
> need to order a separate ID for each fully qualified domain name. For
the FQDN is the same, and it's not tied to number of real server (rather
to the number of IP addresses, but that's another story).
> > I'm afraid your wrong. Each physical server needs it's own certificate.
> Anyone help me out here?
Each _physical server_ needs _a copy_ of the certificate; each
_website with a different name_ needs _an IP address_ (you can't do "name
virtual hosts", or you'll get an identity warning) and _a separate
certificate_ a copy of which must be installed on each physical server.
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