I host a single website on a bare install Debian server. It has a simple Apache HTTP server with PHP, nothing else. I forward different domains to it based on the campaign I’m promoting for a country. For example, if I’m targeting Australian traffic, I will have a different domain for that, and for USA I will have a different domain name, etc… All together there may be around 10-15 domains pointing to the server’s IP.
From the research I did, it looks like HTTP certificates are attached to the domain name? the tutorials I followed all do this with configuring virtual hosts. But I add domains frequently and they point to the same webpage/directory on the server, so there is no need for virtual hosts for me.
I’m hoping that I can do this without messing with virtual hosts. I want to buy a domain, point it to my server’s IP and have https work without manually having to configure anything. Is that possible?