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Can someone please help us apply our ready (added) Wildcard SSL for our website??? https?

Our developer is no longer available. Asking for some help! We need an SSL (wildcard) added for our website (simple WP/woo) site. It’s purchased, Godaddy helped us create the files and even added to “Security” section (add certificate) in our “droplet”. Thats as far as we’ve gotten. We don’t know how to apply the SSL across all our URLs. This is overkill for us. Can’t see anywhere to add the SSL and apply it. Not familiar with “CONSOLE” or the language within console to apply it. Would GREATLY appreciate any assistance! Please :) This is a Godaddy Wildcard SSL all set and ready.


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Hi @newepec,

I’ll be able to guide you to create the certificate however you’ll first need to tell me a couple of things about your Droplet like what WebService you are running. I know you won’t be able to tell me like that so, I’ve prepared a couple of commands which you’ll need to run on your droplet to get that one out.

Firstly, login to your droplet via SSH:

ssh root@YourIpAddress

Once you are in, type in the following command and paste the output here

netstat -tulpen | grep '80\|443'

Once you provide me with output, I’ll be able to point you further.

Regards, KDSys