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Topic # 231818 14-Mar-2018 17:39
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per title Lets Encrypt are now offering wildcard certificate support 


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  Reply # 1976725 14-Mar-2018 20:13
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Whoop have been waiting for this.

Is it fully rolled out now? I thought just the client.




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  Reply # 1976726 14-Mar-2018 20:14
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Hm. this will be interesting..

 

 





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  Reply # 1976741 14-Mar-2018 20:46
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freitasm:

 

AlwaysOnSSL is a good option - and certificates last one year, not three months,

 

 

OT: Why is this not more publicised? Replacing LE certs every 90 days gets tiresome.

 

On Topic: Awesome! I've been waiting for LE wildcard support


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  Reply # 1976742 14-Mar-2018 20:48
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OT-ish does the always on do wildcard?




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  Reply # 1976746 14-Mar-2018 20:53
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TheoM:

freitasm:


AlwaysOnSSL is a good option - and certificates last one year, not three months,



OT: Why is this not more publicised? Replacing LE certs every 90 days gets tiresome.


On Topic: Awesome! I've been waiting for LE wildcard support



I thought the point of LE is that the client automatically renews the certificate every 1-90 days, set and forget for basic installs :)


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  Reply # 1976753 14-Mar-2018 21:07
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Wildcard certs are a nice feature to have.

 

I use Acme to issue and reissue Let's Encrypt certificates on my AWS Linux server. Works great. The LE client certbot didn't work well on AL when I tried it.

 

NB: don't use Amazon Linux 1 / 2, use Ubuntu or something else more widely used.





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  Reply # 1976765 14-Mar-2018 21:25
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Good news! Auto-renewal of a 3 month certificate isn't a big issue when done by dedicated cron job (i.e. bi-weekly or monthly).





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  Reply # 1976772 14-Mar-2018 21:41
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I feel like the first tutorial I found on doing nginx with let's encrypt covered off installing certbot and setting the cron job for updates.

This is great news, was about to buy my own wildcard cert for home domain but won't bother now!

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  Reply # 1976798 14-Mar-2018 22:01
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The automation only works if one of the supported methods works.

So in my case I can do it with one cert as I’ve got it opened for https.

But another I get I have to manually do via dns as it’s not exposed to the internet. But I have scripted a conversion and loading to the site that uses it (the unifi controller)




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  Reply # 1976837 14-Mar-2018 23:33
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davidcole: ... But I have scripted a conversion and loading to the site that uses it (the unifi controller)

 

Sounds interesting. Care to share, ala michaelmurfy EdgeRouter tutorial?


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  Reply # 1976936 15-Mar-2018 08:50
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IcI:

 

davidcole: ... But I have scripted a conversion and loading to the site that uses it (the unifi controller)

 

Sounds interesting. Care to share, ala michaelmurfy EdgeRouter tutorial?

 

 

 

 

Yeah I could probably do that.  I'll look at doing a blog post with it, if nothing else it gets it in the cloud in case I lose it.





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  Reply # 1990993 7-Apr-2018 12:39
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Anyone else having trouble reaching https://alwaysonssl.com/

 

On Spark Fibre here.


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  Reply # 1990995 7-Apr-2018 12:40
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MackinNZ:

Anyone else having trouble reaching https://alwaysonssl.com/


On Spark Fibre here.



Yep on bigpipe fibre

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