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RobYost

SSL Certificate

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I have simple-landlord.com with GoDaddy.

 

I have demo.simple-landlord.com forwarded to a dedicated server on OVH    myIP:8000/?demo=true

I have login.simple-landlord.com forwarded to a dedicated server on OVH    myIP:8000

 

I bought a SSL Certificate from SSLPoint which resells Comodo certificates (89 per year)

 

The certificate is labeled:  Positive SSL WildCard       *.simple-landlord.com  1 year Expiry Date 05.06.2018

 

I downloaded the certificates and received:

 

AddTrustExternalCARoot.crt

COMODORSAAddTrustCA.crt

COMODORSADomainValidationSecureServerCA.crt

STAR_simple-landlord_com.crt

 

I have no idea what to do.  One of the options when I right click on these files is Install Certificate.

 

I looked at the configure SSL Parameters in the UniGui help, but it references:

cert.pem

key.pem

root.pem

 

 

I also have Private key, this starts with -----BEGIN PRIVATE KEY----- ends with -----END PRIVATE KEY----- and has a bunch of gibberish in between.

 

Can anyone help me?

 

 

 

 

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Thanks I got it working.

 

Is it possible to know how they got to my server?

 

For example did they type in

demo.simple-landlord.com   or

login.simple-landlord.com

 

These are set to two different ip addresses, but alias to the same one.

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I have it working with https:  Thanks for your help.

 

But it does not work with http:

 

Should I write a little program that listens to port 80 and redirects to 443

 

Like this example:

http://forums.unigui.com/index.php?/topic/5709-redirect-and-close-session/

 

 

PS - To clarify.  If I type in the address without any http at the begining just demo.simple-landlord.com it does not work.  I have to explicitly type https://demo.simple-landlord.com

 

I have used other sites that automatically redirect it to https

 

Is this something I can do on the server? (windows server 2016) 

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