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Thread: Any new letsencrypt's wildcard plugin?

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    Any new letsencrypt's wildcard plugin?

    https://community.letsencrypt.org/t/...-is-live/55579

    Their wildcard is live now, but any new lets encrypt plugin support for wildcard ssl cert?
    Thanks

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    Please search before posting and especially do -NOT- doublepost.
    https://forum.directadmin.com/showth...399#post287399
    Greetings, Richard.

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    thank, but he was say " Yes we will be adding it to DA."
    But I find my DA still no wildcard, so I post for request that function...

    and sorry for the double post

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    In future versions......

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    As far as I could read, in the next release after 1.53.0.
    Greetings, Richard.

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    Implementation is in progress. Script is finished already, some backend changes are needed for custom DNS TTL values. So, a BETA should be ready soon
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    Quote Originally Posted by smtalk View Post
    Implementation is in progress. Script is finished already, some backend changes are needed for custom DNS TTL values. So, a BETA should be ready soon
    That is good news. Will the default be that Let's Encrypt certificates created are wildcard certificates? (I hope so) And will existing certificates be renewed as wildcard certificates? (I hope so). What about domains that is using external name servers and only use A records pointed to our servers, will they be able to get wildcard certificates?

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    I think you can't get external name servers's cert via that plugin, that is hard to do that.

    anyway, but they are finishing the wildcard plugin that is good for us

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    Please try latest DA pre-release binaries. Wildcard support is there
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    @smtalk, That is good news. Would you be so kind and answer my questions in reply #7?

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    It requires TXT record for verification, so, NS must be pointing to your server, or some kind of post hook needs to be ran to add the DNS to appropriate server.
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    Is it possible to set wildcard certificates to be the default selected for all new domains in options.conf?

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    Thanks, but is it safe for use ? thanks again

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    It is currently unfinished, so you can already test it out: https://www.directadmin.com/features.php?id=2122

    You can assume it to be "safe for use" once it's released in a future Directadmin version (1.531 or later).
    Last edited by wtptrs; 05-03-2018 at 05:05 AM.

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    Thanks, if I want to try, Am I need to do it first?
    https://help.directadmin.com/item.php?id=408

    Thanks

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    I just find this new letsencrypt.sh.1.1.1 @my custombuild, does it support wildcard?
    Thanks

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    Yes, but only with latest skin & DA pre release binaries
    Kind regards, Fred

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    I just finish installed DA's pre-release and skin, plugin.

    after that, I try to get my wildcard ssl cert, however I got this error message:
    "Your connection has timed out

    Details

    Either your request was invalid or the program hasn't completed your request.
    Please notify the server admin"

    And I can't finish my request for wildcard, but after that, I try to un-checked wildcard and get my ssl cert...
    I have no any problem, why?

    P.S: my server have Comodo WAF 2.22 and ConfigServer Firewall&Security, but I don't think that is their problem

    And I check my directadmin's error log:
    2018:05:10-19:27:00: Timeout (timeout=300) from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx : last flagged: getlock(./data/users/admin/domains.list, 'ListFile::readFile') : finished

    Thanks
    Last edited by darkbear; 05-10-2018 at 05:24 AM.

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    Thanks for the report. I've made a few changes:

    1) The Timeout was hardcoded to 180 seconds. It's now been changed to 10x the internal timeout. By default, its' 60 seconds, so the SSL timeout is now 10 minutes, instead of 3 (but you can increase it if needed)

    2) I've made an SSL-background option, enabled by default for wildcards:
    https://www.directadmin.com/features.php?id=2125

    Now available in the pre-release section.

    John

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    I understand Lets Encrypt Wildcard requires TXT record for verification. Is this a one time TXT record or at every renewal a new TXT record with different keys will be created?

    If it keeps the same, we could add it at an external DNS.
    Kind regards, Fred

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