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Old 02-22-2013, 3:35 PM
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Originally Posted by ocabj View Post
Do you only have one single publicly addressed IP and all of your hosts are NAT'ed behind that single IP (SonicWall device) and using RFC 1918 addresses?

If so, does that single publicly addressed IP have as it's host/domain name binding?

If so, shouldn't you just request the certificate with as the CN and then use that certificate on the web server behind your SonicWall device? is hosted off site and our network just has one static IP to our router. I ended up getting it solved though after about 8 hours of banging my head against the wall.

I took one of our domains not in use and created an A Record for our IP. Then I just submitted the CSR with the CN for the new domain and it all appears to be working after having to spend about 2 hours reconfiguring our entire router
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