Do I need a dedicated IP for each website when using a wildcard SSL

You do not need to have a dedicated IP for each website when using a wildcard SSL, you can use host headers to host your sites on a single IP. You must however have a dedicated IP per server though and the IP must be a public IP accessible from the Internet (NAT will not work).

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