I currently have an SSl cert setup for Webmin. Which works fine if you go to the FQDN of the server, on port 10000.
However, Webmin lets me access from any of my hosted domains on port 10000. So I then get a certificate error as it is the wrong domain for the cert.
Is there anyway to redirect all requests on port 10000 to a single domain?
Also, what do you do about SSl certs and dovecot/postfix etc. Surely they will have the same problem, as they listen on each unique domain, instead of being setup to listen only from the FQDN of the server.
Users shouldnt have to have a wildcard SSL for every domain, surely we can have all mail routed through the FQDN of the server? And all webmin/usermin logins the same?
Unless I'm missing something here.
Any help greatly appreciated.
And cant you only have one SSL for dovecot, one for postfix, one for usermin and one for webmin anyway. So surely all the services should go through a single hostname.
From what I can see, every domain, can access email by going to: mail.domain.tld. Which will cause SSL cert errors. :S