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I am trying to run a server, and I'm noticing that the server certificate doesn't have a matching ID. Why would this happen?
I don't specifically understand the question without more detail on which applications you are using. Here is one possible reason. If you are using SSL Certificate on a web site (with a web browser), the URL used must match what is listed in the certificate. For example
- This is the web site associated with the certificate. But you use the direct IP address to connect example
When you use that address in your web browser, you get a an error similar to what you list. You need to use the correct address for the certificate. Often, you can generate a self signed certificate (this may happen automatically) and you get that error (potentially you can ignore it at your own risk). You can use a Public Certificate Authority to generate a certificate that most likely will not happen. I provided a list to certificate authorities for your reference.
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