[lug] self-signed apache certs on fedora core?

Michael Belanger mrb at ciclops.org
Fri Sep 9 11:23:06 MDT 2005

D. Stimits wrote:

> All I'm saying is that I don't have a domain, this is all on a private 
> network without a real domain...I don't see any purpose in picking up a 
> real cert for a non-routable private net...but for testing this out for 
> future use on a public IP I need to know this. The web ports of the 
> given web servers are not in any way accessible to the public.
> D. Stimits, stimits AT comcast DOT net
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Well.. you could use something like DynDNS, your server updates the DynDNS DB 
when its ip changes.

There are a couple free ones out there that give you a static name.
http://www.technopagan.org/dynamic/  <-- decent resource

Michael Belanger
CICLOPS, Space Science Institute

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