At 02:09 PM 10/30/2002, Buffington, Michael wrote: >1. Is it possible to set up a secure site (SSL) with Apache using a single >IP (as well as serving non-secure site). Yes. I do that with a couple of my Apache servers. The only problem you run into is when you want to host a second SSL enabled domain. For each SSL cert, you will need a unique IP address. Any of these IPs can be shared with other non SSL enabled virtual domains. >2. If the above is a big fat NO, then how does this sound: Is it possible >to add a NIC, add an IP, and use Apache to serve the non-secure site on >the first NIC/IP, and the secure site on the second NIC/IP This is also possible. >If the question sounds strange, it is. Normally this is a no brainer for >me, but I'm used to SSL on IIS, and I'm also used to some luxories I don't >currently have (like a static IP). OK - do you or don't you have a static IP? If no, how do you plan on updating your web server to answer to the changed IP, much less update DNS? -- Anthony Baratta President Keyboard Jockeys "Conformity is the refuge of the unimaginative."