Hey everyone,

My site studiohelm.com.au is hosted on DO, and uses a Let’s Encrypt SSL cert which has recently expired. My coding knowledge is limited, so could someone give me a clear description of how to renew it, and while I’m at it, set up auto renewal.

I’ve seen a lot of commands which I believe I need to enter into the Droplet Console, but want to make sure I’m using the right one.

Thanks!

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Hi,

If you need to renew a wildcard certificate, you need to use the following command:

certbot certonly –manual –manual-public-ip-logging-ok –preferred-challenges dns-01 –server https://acme-v02.api.letsencrypt.org/directory -d “*.example.com” -d example.com

After that you would be asked to add a TXT DNS record for your domain name. This is how your domain name would be verified.

Once you add your TXT record just press Enter and your certificate should get renewed.

Regards,
Girijesh

Hi,
There is more information needed from you to give you simple steps on how to renew your certificate/-s. As I checked, there is nginx as your web server, isn’t it ? Please, run the command in your DO console, and provide us its result

sudo certbot certificates

Thanks everyone for your help. Got it sorted.

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