What is the process to make my site set up with SSL? Do I need to buy a certificate? Any help would be great.

asked 31 Jul '11, 20:06

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Yes, you would need to buy your own certificate and a dedicated IP too.

You can get more help on this issue here: http://docs.webfaction.com/user-guide/websites.html#secure-sites-https

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answered 31 Jul '11, 20:12

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Are there any extra fees with Webfaction....

(01 Aug '11, 21:22) wesleysoccer wesleysoccer's gravatar image

Yes, a dedicated IP costs $5/month extra.

(01 Aug '11, 21:30) neeravk neeravk's gravatar image

Now the doc says a dedicated IP is no longer necessary (unless you wish to support non-SNI-compatible browsers).

(20 Aug '12, 17:54) TwitTheKnife TwitTheKnife's gravatar image

As of December 2011, all of our servers support Server Name Indication (SNI) for HTTPS sites. SNI is supported by most modern web browsers.

In practical terms, this means that we can serve your HTTPS site with your certificate on your server's shared IP address, so a dedicated IP is no longer required for this purpose.

You can read our announcement here.

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answered 13 Feb '13, 10:38

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