YES! Yes it is!
ve done this (generated with my WS2K3 server with Apache mod_ssl OpenSSL). Give me a min till i write out some detailed instructions, and ill update my post
my bad…i mis-read your opening post. AFAIK, you need a Unique IP to have SSL on…
[quote]To ‘install’ OpenSSL for Windows, follow Step #1 - http://www.neilstuff.com/apache/apache2-ssl-windows.htm. Use the *nix version if you`re using a *nix bassed OS
I`ve found a slightly better way for creating the certs without doing a double step for changing the PEM into KEY.
In a command prompt, CD to your OpenSSL dir and execute the following commands;
openssl req -config /openssl.cnf -new -nodes -out .csr -keyout .key
fill in your details (refer to Step #2 - http://www.neilstuff.com/apache/apache2-ssl-windows.htm)
openssl x509 -in .csr -out .crt -req -signkey .key -days 9125
this`ll give you four files, .csr, .key, .crt and a .RND file (DELETE THIS!).
obviously change and to their respected values!
Then it`s pretty much a case of click, paste, paste, paste, ok in the pannel :)[/quote]