MJ> Normal (HTTP) sites are hosted on one IP address. As this is not
MJ> possible for HTTPS, you have to use either one IP address per site
MJ> or use a dedicated HTTPS host (like secure.company.com).
You can also run https on alternate port numbers like
if you want. That’s what I do. My RT instances run on private high
number ports under SSL with self-signed certs. All I want to do is
prevent packet eavesdropping when I’m out in public networks, and this
suffices. I don’t run RT without SSL.
Maybe my last e-mail was not clear enough. My problem is whether I can use 2
different URLs for the same RT instance.
The last part of the URL can be the same, but the hostname is different
(because you can’t use NameVirtualHosts with HTTPS).
Configuring Apache to do this is no problem. But I don’t know much about the
internals of RT. I’m refering to the configuration variables $WebPath,
$WebPath is not a real problem, but as $WebBaseURL contains the hostname,
there might be problems if the Apache virtual server name is different from
the server name in $WebPath.