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Can mutliple Sign In URLs point to a single outside IVE IP

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Can mutliple Sign In URLs point to a single outside IVE IP

We gained a new partner that wants to use our VPN system.

But - they want to use thier own Sign In URL - not the one we provide our current users.

 

Once we get them a certificate can we point it at our exisiting outside IVE IP(s)?  (This is the IVE IP that is associated to my current Sign in URL)

Or, are we locked into using a new outside IVE IP (a VIP) for each new unique Sign-In URL?

 

Thanks for your help

Greg S

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Re: Can mutliple Sign In URLs point to a single outside IVE IP

It depends.

if you currenlty have a wildcard certificate, or get one based on this new need, you can have as many hostnames as you want in DNS that point to your single physical port IP and as long as the hostname falls under the wildcard, you will be fine. For example if you have *.company.com, you can have client1.company.com, client2.company.com, etc.

 

If you currently have a single domain certificate, and do not want to change to a wildcard, you will need to use a virtual port for each certificate and have a new IP for each certificate needed.