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There is another forum post similar to what you are asking. https://forums.att.com/t5/Features-and-How-To/Forwarding-port-443-for-WHS-conflict-with-connectToCiscoAP/td-p/3365983 Once you follow the above post, you can change your internal apache settings to listen on 4443 or whichever port you would chose to listen on for SSL traffic into your network. ...


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You can use any available port, but you'll have to use links like https://host:port/file only. Relative links like just /file are OK. Also, I assume your router properly process the traffic, I have no idea what 'ATT Uverse' means :)


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Try placing them in (a subdirectory of) /usr/local/share/ca-certificates instead of /usr/share/ca-certificates. That location is also mentioned in /usr/share/doc/ca-certificates/README.Debian (on Debian 8 Jessie).


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First lynx: According to the report by SSLLabs the server supports only ECDHE ciphers. Based on a packet capture when using lynx in 14.04 it offers no ECDHE ciphers. This means no cipher overlap and thus the handshake fails. And links: According to the SSLLabs report the site needs a client with support for SNI. links got SNI support with version 2.10 but ...


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The two files .conf you find in default /etc/apache2/sites-available/ refers to hosts configurations. For any host you add in your Apache installation you should edit a .conf file. Once you edited or added a .conf file you must run sudo a2ensite [file.conf] and then sudo service apache reload in order to enable your new configuration. default-ssl.conf ...


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This link may be help you.http://ubuntu4u.info/ How to install Ubuntu Server with Apache2 SSL Certificate Install Apache2 Required for SSL certificates to be used: sudo apt-get install apache2 Enable SSL Module ‘default-ssl’ can be replaced by the real site name you set up in /etc/apache2/sites-available/ sudo a2enmod ssl Once the site listed in the ...


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To view all of the certificates try the following loop: for i in $(ls /etc/ssl/certs/*.pem) do openssl x509 -text -noout -in $i >> my_certs done This presupposes that you cert is installed in a standard location, modify the path for a non-standard location, and creates the file my_certs that can be opened and searched with gedit or other text ...



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