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NGINX: Is it possible to have two different SSLs pointing to the exact same webroot?
Newbie alert. Please be gentle.
I have a client who is going through a corporate rename so they currently have two URLs pointing to the same webroot on NGINX serving exactly the same content via PHP / Grav CMS. That’s all working fine. Clients can come in via http://www.companyname1.com or http://www.companyname2.com and they get exactly the same content and the client is happy.
I’m not sure how to approach this problem. Do I need two SSL certificates or can I get it accomplished with one?
Can I bind the two certificates to the same webroot (which sounds crazy to me).
Any help / thoughts would be appreciated as I’m kind of stuck here now.
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