If I understand your question correctly the answer is no. You can't have two certificates associated to the same VIP address.
The SSL handshake goes first and once the traffic is decrypted the ACE can look at the HTTP headers, at that moment you can use a L7 match to choose where to send the request depending on the URI, Host header, etc.
Hi Dave, From the description it appears that you are trying to bind mutiple certs with one vip. On Ace you can't specify 2 certs for one VIP. You can use different combination of port for the same VIP which will work for you. In real world situation this may not feasible. The point is how ACE will decide what cert to give to Client. As ACE does not know which website the user is requesting. Remember SSL handshake happens first and then HTTP request comes into picture. So there is no way for ACE to decide what certificate to give to client. Thats the reason it is always recommended to use two VIP. In your case since you are using two different wildcard certs. You have to go with two VIP's again or same VIP with different port combinations. regards, Ajay Kumar
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