No, I’m not an expert in this area, but I believe that the idea is that the SSL certificate is issued and installed on your server. During SSL negotiation, the concept is that your server will “present” the certificate to the client browser, confirming that the server at the IP address that it is talking to is, in fact, your site (after various paranoid double-checking).
Looking back at your previous email, I see that you mentioned needing a “static” IP address. I thought this was a typo but I was wrong. Let me correct that and emphasize that what you need is a “unique” IP address. That is, your site has to be the only one that uses that IP address.
Most shared hosts have a number of sites sharing the same IP address and use the “host:” header to dispatch the request correctly. The SSL protocol does not have or use anything equivalent, so there can “only” be one certificate presented by a particular IP address.
Let me know if that was still a little unclear.
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