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Related Directives

This section contains directives mentioned in this hour or that are related to topics discussed in this hour. You can consult the Apache reference documentation for comprehensive syntax information and usage.

Keys and Certificates

  • SSLPassPhraseDialog: Alternative ways of specifying a pass phrase to decrypt key

  • SSLCertificateFile: File containing server certificate

  • SSLCertificateKeyFile: File containing server key

  • SSLCertificateChainFile: File containing chain of certificates used to sign the server certificate

  • SSLCACertificatePath: Path to a directory containing CA certificates for client authentication

  • SSLCACertificateFile: Path to a file containing CA certificates for client authentication

  • SSLCARevocationPath: Path to a directory containing CA for revoking client certificates

  • SSLCARevocationFile: Path to a file containing CA for revoking client certificates

  • SSLVerifyClient: Enable client certificate verification

  • SSLVerifyDepth: Establish maximum depth to verify client certificates to

SSL Protocol

  • SSLProtocol: Versions of SSL supported

  • SSLCipherSuite: Ciphers supported

  • SSLEngine: Enable SSL protocol engine

  • SSLRequireSSL: Require client to connect to server using SSL

  • SSLRequire: Require specific rules for client to connect


  • SSLMutex: Locking mechanism

  • SSLRandomSeed: Initialize random number generator

  • SSLSessionCache: Specify an SSL-caching mechanism

  • SSLSessionCacheTimeout: Caching sessions expiry time


  • SSLOptions: Control various aspects of SSL operation

  • Reverse Proxy

  • SSLProxyMachineCertificatePath, SSLProxyMachineCertificateFile, SSLProxyVerify, SSLProxyVerifyDepth, SSLProxyCACertificatePath, SSLProxyCACertificateFile: Equivalent to their regular server counterparts, but related to the reverse proxy connection

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