Can I share an SSL certificate with two IPs?

Jovani

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Hello,
It is possible to share an SSL certificate with two IPs or 2 different websites?

Thanks in advanced.
 

MightWeb

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Depends highly on the SSL certificiate. Some SSL certificates are issued for a domain name whilst some are issued on a server-wide basis. The cheaper SSL certificates are issued on one single domain, and cannot be used across two different ones.
 

Marius Abel

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Hello,
It is possible to share an SSL certificate with two IPs or 2 different websites?

Thanks in advanced.
@Jovani, it is possible that a single certificate can secure your multiple websites, you dont need to purchase or manage separate certificate to fulfill your business requirement.

Comodo multi domain ssl cert can secure up to 100 host names and domains. You can add or edit host names and domain names anytime of the certificate lifespan.

When I surfed over the internet to find the lowest price multi domain certificate and found coupon code website [URLnf=http://www.cheapsslcouponcode.com/coupons/multi-domain-san-ssl]http://www.cheapsslcouponcode.com/coupons/multi-domain-san-ssl[/URLnf] , where ssl2buy offers UCC / SAN / Multi-Domain SSL at $45 - [URLnf=https://www.ssl2buy.com/comodo-multi-domain-ssl.php]https://www.ssl2buy.com/comodo-multi-domain-ssl.php[/URLnf]

I hope this will be helpful for you!
 

Marius Abel

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I am not buyer! You should contact ssl2buy support team via email or live chat, they will help you and provide further detail information.
 

ElixantTechnology

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@Jovani, any given SSL certificate will function over a span of numerous IP addresses, as they aren't restricted via. IP. What they are restricted by however, is Domain. If need be, I can provide you with a multi-domain certificate for $45 as we are authorized to provide certificates.

Now, that's even if that is the issue that you are having. Could you be a little bit more specific?
 
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