>Try "openssl s_client -debug -connect host:port" to see if your machine can contact the server at all.
Should I run that on my laptop (the remote machine) or the server?
>You should try to telnet to port 443 from a) the localhost
The output seems to be fine
mahmood@ce:~$ telnet localhost 443
Connected to localhost.
Escape character is '^]'.
>Note, from your output it looks like you only have this (only)
>configured for ipv6, which constrains what is and isn't going to
>work. You're going to need to understand whether the telnet test
>above is being done from ipv4 or v6 in order to interpret the results.
Where do you mean? I have no problem with removing ipv6.
What I have done already is to test one of the websites (and not a subdomain) with https. I mean if you consider the main url as http://myuni.com
works fine. What I have done is that I have created an entry in default-ssl.conf for /var/www/html/shb. Therefore, I want to test https://myuni.com/shb
Does that matter?