What is SNI and will this affect my SSL certificate?

SNI short for Server Name Indication, this new feature allows you to do two things that weren't previously possible in a normal shared or reseller hosting environment:

1. You can now install one or more SSL certificates for your domains (including add-on domains) on the same account.
2. You no longer need a dedicated IP address to install an SSL certificate and, instead, can use the shared IP address of the server that you are on.

Most modern web browsers support SNI and there are only a few exceptions:

Chrome 5 and older browsers on Microsoft Windows XP
Any Internet Explorer browser on Microsoft Windows XP
Android mobile phone default browser on Android O.S. v. 2.x
Blackberry web browser
Windows Mobile cell phones up to v. 6.5

PANTHUR still offers a dedicated IP to members who would like to have their SSL certificate operate on the above browsers.

Economy, Business & Stealth members can add a dedicated IP address to their account using the following guide.
Resellers can add a dedicated IP address to their account using the following guide.