I would like to use SSL on a client's site hosted here at Jodohost. I've been searching a bit through the forum archives to find out exactly what that would entail from my end, and I'm afraid I'm just more confused than I was to begin with. If any can answer any of the following, I'd appreciate it. 1. Shared SSL is only available on win5, correct? 2. Shared SSL on win5 is extremely buggy and there have been all sorts of problems with it over the past few weeks. As we're not even on Win5, and shared SSL has been causing problems anyway, our only real option is getting a dedicated IP address and turning on SSL. Correct? 3. If we change over to a dedicated IP address, and turn on SSL, our site will go down. Do I have to contact someone at support to fix something in order for my site to work again? 4. If the answer to the above is yes, how long am I looking at as far as downtime? My client spent the 23 out of 24 hours yesterday unable to view his site, so will have a very low tolerance for further downtime at this point. Is there any way to know exactly how long it will take so I can warn him ahead of time (or better yet, make the change when I know he will not be looking)? 5. I believe I read somewhat that it may take up to 24 hours for the IP change to propagate across DNS servers world-wide. Is this correct? In the meantime, will I be able to provide my client with an IP address to access the site through so he can continue his pre-launch testing so we can stay on schedule? I appreciate any advice I can get here. SSL is not absolutely required, but it would make the 3rd party shopping cart we're using a lot nicer looking it we can have it pull in a few images over a secure connection. If it's going to be a headache, I'll probably skip it.