Host multiple Apache SSL Web sites on a single network card with IP aliasing

Monday, 22 January 2007, 12:42 AM EST

In an earlier article we talked about leveraging the Apache Web server to solve enterprise problems in a budget-conscious way. In this article, we will continue with that theme and explain how you can use the Apache Web server to provide multiple SSL Web sites on a single server connected to the network with a single physical network card.

Why would anyone want to put multiple SSL sites on a single server? Is there ever a business need to host multiple SSL sites on a single server in the enterprise? We will attempt to address these questions with a real-life scenario. Innovative users will no doubt find additional creative uses for this idea.

At IBM developerWorks.

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