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Letsencrypt chanege from "method": "http-01" to dns for acme

Discussion in 'Domains, DNS, Email & SSL Certificates' started by hardousse, Jun 12, 2024.

  1. hardousse

    hardousse Active Member

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    how i can change method of challenge for acme from webroot to dns for default generate ssl ?

     
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    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    Centmin Mod users acme.sh underlying SSL certificate client for SSL certificate issuance Letsencrypt Free SSL Certificates. While acme.sh supports lots of DNS providers, Centmin Mod's nginx vhost creation routines via centmin.sh menu option 4, 22 and nv command line only supports acme.sh DNS API with Cloudflare right now and if your use Cloudflare check out the Cloudflare DNS API domain validation method. Once you setup Cloudflare DNS API, all Centmin Mod nginx vhost creation will use acme.sh Cloudflare DNS API mode and is the recommended way if you use Cloudflare in front of Centmin Mod Nginx sites.

     
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    Thank you for for the clarification.
    I don’t use Cloudflare but it’s not problem just I was want to know if it’s possible to use my dns provider with acme.
    Great work. Thanks
     
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    eva2000 Administrator Staff Member

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    Yeah if you manually want to use acme.sh client for DNS domain validated SSL certificates, it should work as long as you install the issued SSL certificates to where you want them used.