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How to solve the use of different Internal URL and External URL using HTTPS, I assume that only one certificate can be used, so this certificate must be SAN type with two names. If the internal domain name is a local domain of the type name.local or name.internal, then the internal DNS name should not be visible in a publicly visible certificate. How to solve such a problem?

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