Public IP Addresses

Issuing an SSL Certificate to a Public IP Address

An SSL certificate is typically issued to a Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) such as “https://www.domain.com”. However, some organizations need an SSL certificate issued to a public IP address. This option allows you to specify a public IP address as the Common Name in your Certificate Signing Request (CSR). The issued certificate can then be used to secure connections directly with the public IP address

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