Squid reverse proxy + multiple ssl certificates



  • Hello,
    I've pfsense running for years now and I must say it's just awesome!
    I recently have installes some webservices which I want to access over wan through a https connection.
    I've set up a squid3 reverse proxy at the moment which is workind fine so far. It looks like this:

    domain1 –----->IP 1---------> port 443 -------> service1
    domain2-------->IP 1---------> port 443-------->service2

    Service 1 gets the ssl certificate from pfsense and works perfect. Service 2 gets the same cert, but is not working correct because of a different domain.
    Is it possible to assign a certificate to specific routes e.g assign cert 1 to the ip from service 1 and cert 2 to the ip of service 2.

    Kind regards
    Herb



  • @doublehelix:

    Hello,
    I've pfsense running for years now and I must say it's just awesome!
    I recently have installes some webservices which I want to access over wan through a https connection.
    I've set up a squid3 reverse proxy at the moment which is workind fine so far. It looks like this:

    domain1 –----->IP 1---------> port 443 -------> service1
    domain2-------->IP 1---------> port 443-------->service2

    Service 1 gets the ssl certificate from pfsense and works perfect. Service 2 gets the same cert, but is not working correct because of a different domain.
    Is it possible to assign a certificate to specific routes e.g assign cert 1 to the ip from service 1 and cert 2 to the ip of service 2.

    Kind regards
    Herb

    No need to start a new topic here, as this is literally the exact same scenario I'm encountering; Am I correct in assuming assigning the reverse proxy on Squid to multiple SSL certificates (due to our IIS web server hosing multiple domains, many of which desire to become SSL'd) is impossible?

    Sorry/not sorry for the necropost; I would have been typing the EXACT same thing verbatim.