I have been searching quite a bit now but couldn't find any answers.
I have configured apache for mass virtual hosting. I.e.:
I will have the same "main" domain with different subdomains pointing
to the virtual hosts. I have created a self-signed cert for testing
purpose with common name *.mydomain.com. There's one IP for the entire
How can I configure apache to use ssl for my vhosts?
And if possible, added to above I would like to achieve this as well:
1. Can I define a directory, or preferable some files (e.g. login
page), that should be excluded from the ssl? All vhosts are basically
different instances of the same application (except the ones I mention
in 2 below).
2. Can I define some vhosts that should not use ssl (I have full
control of the subdomain name for those). This will be two
application, my home-page (www) and some administrative application.
If it's not possible to make exceptions, I guess I will just put those
on another server.
Except the ones I mentioned in 2 above, all virtual hosts will be
created automatically based on users request.
I could find examples of how to do this using mod-rewrite with the
exception that it wasn't for mass-domains (i.e. < VirtualHost > was
What's the tricks for achieving this?
If not possible, I would be most happy to get some hints about how to do this.
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