WildCard SSL Certificate Suggestion Needed

Binod

New Member
I am planning to purchase an SSL certificate.

The domain names are:
*.mixerp.org
*.mixerp.com
*.mixerp.net

all pointing to the same IP address (as of now). But, I also plan to purchase a linux VPS in the very near future to host some subdomains. I would like to know, which certificate would work best for me?

Is it Alpha SSL w/ WildCard?

Since we are an open source and free project, I would like become cost effective, but not compromise the quality at the same time. It is possible?

Any help on this would be highly appreciated.
 

Quags

Administrator
Staff member
A wild card ssl covers all sub domains for one domain. So one cert can cover: *.mixerp.org

I'd recommend choosing one ssl cert for all domains and redirect to it. Otherwise you need three ssl certificates for all three domain names which increases your cost.
 

Binod

New Member
Okay thank you for the suggestion. Does "Alpha SSL w/ WildCard" shown in my control panel support being used in multiple servers?

I want to be able to use the same certificate in my home server as well.
 
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