Configuring Multi Certificate for HAProxy

This article is for adding multiple SSL terminations to your HAproxy when you serve multiple websites on the same backend servers.

1. Concatanate each certification's files to one file

Run the followings on your local computer


   
    cat CERT1.CRT_PATH [CERT1_MID.crt_path] PRIVATE1.key_PATH > websitename1.pem
   

   
    cat CERT2.CRT_PATH [CERT2_MID.crt_PATH] PRIVATE2.key_PATH > websitename2.pem
   

2. Upload them to /tmp of your server

cx upload -s stack_name --server haproxy_server_name websitename1.pem_PATH websitename1.pem
cx upload -s stack_name --server haproxy_server_name websitename2.pem_PATH websitename2.pem

3. Login to your HAproxy server

cx ssh -s stack_name haproxy_server_name

4. Copy the files to certification files from /tmp to their directory

sudo cp /tmp/websitename1.pem /etc/ssl/private/websitename1.pem
sudo cp /tmp/websitename2.pem /etc/ssl/private/websitename2.pem

5. Change the settings in your HAproxy config

In th UI Find the following line in your HAproxy config page

bind 0.0.0.0:{{port[0]}} ssl crt

and chenge it to:

bind 0.0.0.0:{{port[0]}} ssl crt websitename1.pem crt websitename2.pem

Note

Make sure websitename1.pem and websitename2.pem are the same name as the filenames you have under /etc/ssl/private/

You are all set.

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