How to find web hosting that meets my requirements?
For Consideration - Please do not close or refer this question to:
I ask that it be left up in order to get the help I seek and so that others seeking the same can get the needed information.
The above link does not refer to SSL certificates in any manner. This question has a very specific objective of listing known web hosts that support this new SSL technology.
UPDATE - Much to my disappointment, but not my surprise this question has been closed. If no one objects, I will still continue to list my findings as my only sole objective is to be helpful.
The point of multi-domain SSL is to use https on several, even hundreds of domains on the same account without needing separate accounts and SSL certs for every single domain (which would become incredibly expensive and really impracticable fast).
If I'm not mistaken, multi-domain (not wildcard) SSL is a relatively new technology that is not hugely supported or well-known/advertised yet?
I'm having a difficult time discovering which web hosts support the technology (again because it's not popular enough yet to advertise on feature lists).
Here is what I've discovered so far:
Most Viable / Practical / Cost-effective Solution (For Me)
For anyone that is following this question or has stumbled upon it seeking the same solution I am it looks like BlueHost/HostMonster will be the best option for me. I'm already hosting with them and in the next month - year they will be upgrading their systems to allow each domain on any account to be unique allowing for proper dedicated IP and SSL support.
This is not a recommendation, just sharing the conclusion and solution for me after my research. Below is not the most comprehensive list I was hoping for (as this question was closed from other people being able to add their input), but hopefully it will still help others.
Web Hosts That DO NOT Support Multi-domain SSL
Web Hosts That DO Support Multi-domain SSL
- GoDaddy/Network Solutions
- Namecheap (VPS+ only)
- InMotion (VPS+ only)
Please note that SUPPORT doesn't necessarily mean they offer the SSL certs themselves and you may need to purchase separately.
UPDATE - I'm attempting to do my research in reverse, contacting the the cert companies and asking them which hosts they partner with. I will continue adding details as I discover them for others.
Comodo has referred me here:
(which doesn't necessarily show which exact hosts support what, but will help me to contact them individually and discover if they do)