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Re: [users@httpd] Problem setting up ssl


Quoting Mahmood Naderan (nt_mahmood@xxxxxxxxx.INVALID):

>  >Is default-ssl site "enabled" via the debian/ubuntu tools e.g. a2ensite?
> # a2ensite default-ssl
> Enabling site default-ssl.

Well, there ya go.

> Now, when I open https://w.x.y.z in firefox, I get
> Your connection is not secure

This is because SSL-certs require domain names and don't work properly
with 'bare IP addresses'. You'll never get that fixed unless you start
using a domainname and a correct certificate (LetsEncrypt for example).

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