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Re: load balancer with SSL

On Thu, 19 Oct 2006, Howard Chu wrote:

Yes of course, they work perfectly well when you create certificates that adhere to the published specs. (E.g. RFC 2830, or RFC 4513 which supersedes that.) The use of subjectAltName was already pointed out in this discussion multiple times so either the original poster is just ignoring that advice, or has some other unknown reason to continue beating this dead horse.

This is in the FAQ isn't it?


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