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Using SSL Name-Based Virtual Hosting, Multiple Certificates, Wildcard Certificates with Oracle Fusion Middleware 10g / 11g / 12c (Doc ID 291774.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 13, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle HTTP Server - Version 9.0.2 and later
Web Cache - Version and later
Oracle Fusion Middleware - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


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The article is intended for system and network administrators responsible for securing web requests. The procedures described in this note are applicable for all versions of the Oracle Application Server or Oracle Fusion Middleware using Oracle Web Cache and/or Oracle HTTP Server, managing certificates within Oracle Wallet Manager.



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 1. Is it possible to have multiple name-based virtual hosts using the same SSL port, (e.g 443)?
 2. Does OracleAS support the use of the same SSL certificate for multiple name-based virtual hosts, (e.g., "certificate sharing" or "wildcard certificates")?
 3. Is it possible to store multiple SSL certificates (one for every virtual host) in one Oracle Wallet?
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