i’m running nc 18.0.3 (not yet updated) and ncp 1.24.3
i have used both boxed in ncp-letsencrypt for (successully) applying for a certificate for a subdomain-setup… like clouds.acrossthe.moon
so now i was wondering if i could just apply for a wildcard certificate for *.acrossthe.moon just by entering this wildcard-domain… or how else i would apply for a wildcardcertificate for all_subdomains.acrossthe.moon.
am looking forward to your comments here… and am willing to give out more info about my instance if needed (just ask)
Afaik Let’s Encrypt only supports wildcard certificates if you have full control over your internet DNS record and you’re using
dns-01 as a protocol. You need to set a TXT record to a specific string, which is then checked by Let’s Encrypt to verify the ownership of a domain.
i do have full control over my domains… that wouldn’t be the problem.
but sadly enough it’s not as easy as i thought it would be… i read the instructions on the link @OliverV gave out and yes… that would be doable - so thank you, @OliverV
and thanks, of course, @j-ed
awww. and the answer would be: no, it’s not possible to gain yourself a wildcard-certificate using ncp-letsencrypt (at least not right now)