[Icecast] SSL-Question

Ervin Bizjak ervin.bizjak at gmail.com
Mon Jun 29 12:56:49 UTC 2020

Thank you!

V V pon., 29. jun. 2020 ob 14:25 je oseba Paul Martin <pm at nowster.me.uk>

> On Mon, Jun 29, 2020 at 01:42:54PM +0200, Ervin Bizjak wrote:
> > And how do you have it then left it arranged? I have a windows system.
> Like
> > I said I have a domain that is just parked and entered in the dns, but I
> > don’t use it. This certificate also belongs to this domain.
> Whether you're using Windows or Linux or CP/M is not relevant here.
> If you have a usable domain entry, you can get an A and/or AAAA record
> pointed at your icecast server's IP address.  But DNS matters are
> beyond the scope of this mailing list.
> The exact FQDN needs to match the certificate for it to be valid.  For
> example if your server is on https://icecast.example.com:8443/ the
> certificate has to be for "icecast.example.com" or "*.example.com".
> Just "example.com" won't work.  Having it on https://example.com:8443/
> would work, but that means if you ever want to have a webserver at
> some point in the future, it would need to run on the same physical
> server as your Icecast server.
> You can have a certificate which is valid for many names, eg.
> example.com
> www.example.com
> icecast.example.com
> or
> *.example.com
> How you obtain one of those depends on the certification authority you
> are using and is also outside the scope of this mailing list.
> --
> Paul Martin <pm at nowster.me.uk>
> ...who ran uucp on CP/M in the early 1990s.
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