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RE: Alternate names in certificates
On Wed, 9 Jul 2003, Howard Chu wrote:
> That's funny. When I enter "subjectaltname" into the archive search page I
> get several hits, including this one:
I'm sure you would; however, that wasn't the search term I used (I had
something sensible like "alternate names SSL LDAP" or something, and
found the thread "Load-Balanced LDAP Servers + TSL/SSL")...
> > What I have been able to find implies that a
> > single alternate name can be given
> Wrong, you can have as many as you want, as the previous messages on this
> list have already illustrated.
Which doesn't in the least contradict what I wrote.
> > So, how have people done this? Assume I know nothing about X.509...
> OK. If you know nothing about X.509, go read the OpenSSL documentation. You
> should not be messing with X.509 authentication if you know nothing about it,
> and this is not the proper forum for teaching the subject.
I didn't say that I knew nothing about X.509...
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