Bob's picture

Hi Everyone,

I would like to generate SSL certificate with Lets encrypt

but when doing so I receive the following error :[img][/img] [img][/img] [img][/img]

Any ideas ?


Bob's picture

second question:

Can I generate certificate for a DDNS domain ? for exemple : ?

Thank you

Jeremy Davis's picture

Unfortunately, it's a known issue. FWIW, there are a few threads here on the forums which discuss it.

The short answer (and the solution) is to update to a newer version of Dehydrated (the Let's Encrypt client we use on the backend), plus a newer version of Confconsole (to support the newer version of Dehydrated). The full step-by-step instructions on how to do all that is covered in the Confconsole v1.1.2 release notes.

FWIW, Let's Encrypt changed things which broke Dehydrated. But the updated Dehydrated broke Confconsole in numerous different ways. But after a few false starts, we've honed it down to a reliable fix. So if you follow the above procedure, you should be up and running in no time... :)

Re your second question, it depends on the particular dynamic DNS provider and possibly also the domain name in particular. So you'll either need to ask them, or you could perhaps just try and see. FWIW if you have a TurnKey Hub account then the subdomains we provide work fine with Let's Encrypt.

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