I have a wildcard cert and tried to add the sub-server "team.fatbear.com" to fatbear.com which has a private IP address and got the error message:Failed to modify server: The IP address is already used by virtual server fatbear.com
I did note that when creating the virtual sub-server (as the Virtualmin administrator), that the IP address and forwarding showed the shared IP address by default. Since I have a wildcard cert, I changed this to the private IP address already established for fatbear.com and checked the Already active button.
I note that trying to create the sub-server when logged in as the non-privileged user doesn't even have an option for setting the IP address. And, it does appear to assign the shared IP address and not give any option to set the IP address to one already associated with the primary domain.
Is there a method for adding sub-servers that share the same IP address because they are using a wildcard cert?
I suppose I can create the server "team.fatbear.com" with the shared IP address and then modify the file:
and change the IP addresses in it to that used by *.fatbear.com, but I'm not sure that will work.
Comments?<br><br>Post edited by: fatbear, at: 2008/10/19 14:18