Knowledgebase: SSL
How do I enable SSL?
Posted by Joe Rebis (Import) on 17 September 2006 12:19 AM

How do I enable SSL?

 

Shared Web Hosting customers can use either a shared SSL certificate or a private SSL certificate. Dedicated and Colocated customers will need to use a private SSL certificate.

 

To enable Shared SSL:

 

Helm Control Panel Only:

  1. Login to the Control Panel.
  2. Click on Domains >> Select the domain you want edit.
  3. Click on Website Settings >> Options Tab >> Check Shared SSL
  4. Click Save.

 

After installing the certificate, it will give you a a URL to use to reference a page in SSL. This URL points to the "wwwroot" directory of your website and is the same location as "www.your-domain.ext".

 

To enable a private SSL certificate ($49.00 per year):

  1. Send the following information to support@ephost.com
  2. The actual domain you want secured. e.g. "www.your-domain.ext"
  3. The name of the business who owns the domain.
  4. The complete address of the domain.
  5. We will add the fee to your web hosting account and contact you with the details of the certificate.

 

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