Guys I really need some help here please.
I have an externally hosted domain at divtag.net which runs a number of things for me and will eventually have a site back on it. I need this hosted somewhere reliable and fast so running it off the server at home is a no go.
I also have in my house an AD called divtag.net (a record pointed at ISP’s IP so I can view the site from my own network) within this runs Exchange 2007. Because this runs connected to a standard home user NTL BB subscription I also have a dynamic IP and therefore use dyndns to point at my kit at home.
So OWA address for my home stuff is https://divtag.homeip.net/owa. When browsing to here you get an SSL error because the divtag.homeip.net name is different from that which issued the cert.
I can live with the above but I’m assuming this is also the cause of my not being able to get my WM6 XDA Orbit to talk to Exchange? It’s set to point to divtag.homeip.net but I always just get the 0x80072F17 error. The XDA has the cert from the CA on the internal network but I guess because the name is different it’s never going to work?
So can I use my CA to create an SSL cert that’s from divtag.homeip.net? I’d need to assign this to the OWA site I guess? Dyndns say that I should use my own cert rather than getting one from them.
I’m a complete numpty with SSL certs. I’ve never understood them (or really tried) so apologies if this is all sounding a bit dumb. I really need someone to take me through it step by step.