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Friday, October 23rd, 2020 8:00 AM

SSL Certificate for Static IP Address

Hi. I have a static IP Address with my Business Internet. I have no domain name. I would like to set up an SSL certificate for my static IP Address but do not know if this is possible. My Comcast modem is in bypass mode and my firewall is a Cisco RV345.


Comcast Modem --> Cisco RV345 --> NETWORK 


I have a couple of services that I use on my network that I would like protected by SSL so that when I call the address when I am on the road, the data and such are encrypted. For example, I current call the service like this:




But would like to call it with https




So my question is can I purchase an SSL certificate and have it configured with my static IP Address or do I need to purchase a domain name?

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4 years ago

Since we do not provide SSL certificates, I would definitely advise reaching out to the Certificate Authority to make sure. There may be a need for them to validate the domain and if that is the case, you can always come back here and click on my handle (Comcast_Gina) and send a private message with your name, the business name, the complete service address (including city, state, ZIP, suite number, etc), and the phone or account number, as well as the IP and corresponding domain you'd like for us to set up a reverse DNS for 🙂 



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@Comcast_Gina​ I am having the same issue but when I click on your handle I don't see a way to send you a message. Can you assist me with this?



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Thank you for taking the time to reach out to us on our Business forums. Please send us a direct message with your full name, business name, full address, and phone number. By clicking the "direct messaging" icon in the upper right page of our forum page. Once you click on that, input our shared handle (Comcast Business) to send us a private message.• Click "Sign In" if necessary 
• Click the "Direct Message" icon in the top right corner
• Click the "New message" (pencil and paper) icon 
• The "To:" line prompts you to "Type the name of a person". Instead, type "Comcast Business" there 
• - As you are typing a drop-down list appears. Select "Comcast Business" from that list 
• - An "Comcast Business" graphic replaces the "To:" line 
• Type your message in the text area near the bottom of the window 
• Press Enter to send it

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