2012-09-06 8:25 am EST
1. possible to resolve this?
Since the SSL version of a site is the same as the normal site, just encrypted as it changes information across the net, you can use the SSL for both if you wish. This needs a bit of programming to force the SSL.
If you still wish to separate them, you can have a programmer code a check to see what type of device the visitor is using and show the appropriate protocol.
1.a a way to securely connect two domains internally on server so one domain for HTTP and other for web HTTPS, and internally on the server, web service communicates with other unsecure domain, providing data for Android clients?
The only thing that determines whether or not the SSL is used is the protocol in the beginning portion of a link (https: vs http:) If you use a programmer to perform for each device differently as described above, you can use the same method to point to force links in the site to perform the same way. Again, you can always just force the SSL for every visitor to cover your bases.
2. do I just need one SSL cert for the target domain, and the others when forwarded will use the target ssl?
You can only have one SSL per cPanel account, so yes, you would only need one. The redirects can be set up to point to the SSL address for your site.
There are not any quick tools to perform what you are asking, so you would likely need to consult a coder to set it up as such.
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