|If you're trying to setup a User with an SSL certificate, you'll need to assign the User an owned IP address. Note that newer OS's (CentOS 6 and higher) support SNI, so there is no need to use an owned IP, unless you want IP access to the site (https://126.96.36.199) to show the site.|
To set an owned IP, use the following steps:
After this point, the IP will now be assigned to the User.
Note that it's normal that you'll see the Apache page or the shared IP page in place of the domain for up to 4 hours.
This will be due to DNS propagation
If you only have 1 IP and wish to install the SSL certificate onto the server IP, use this guide:
Newer OS's (CentOS 6+, Debian 8+) support SNI. With SNI, owned IPs are not required for per-domain SSL.
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