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SNI (Server Name Indication) for your SSL certificate
Posted by SkyNetHosting.Net Inc., Last modified by SkyNetHosting.Net Inc. on 11 July 2015 07:00 AM

SNI (Server Name Indication) for your SSL certificate

SkyNetHosting.Net Inc. supports a technology called Server Name Indication (SNI). This means that our servers are able to intelligently serve the correct SSL certificate for the domain name being requested.

The best thing about using SNI is that you don't need to purchase dedicated IP's to install an SSL, this saving you the money you send on IP's.


Note: SNI is incompatible with some of the following OLD versions of the web browsers:

Nokia Browser for Symbian at least on Series60
Opera Mobile for Symbian at least on Series60
Windows XP when use with old versions of IE
BlackBerry Browser

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