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want to use Godaddy Domain with Hosting for Lets Encrypt with Apache

I have a domain that is registered on GoDaddy and Also Hosts a Web Page using GoDaddy Hosting.

I am having a droplet with Apache server hosting a LARAVEL API. I want the APACHE server to shift all the APIs to HTTPS. So for that, we are using lets-encrypt. The Lets Encrypt setup needs a domain so I am trying to use my GoDaddy domain by just A records having the value of the public ip of my droplet.

I am not changing the DNS else my hosting on GoDaddy shall not work.

As of now, we are not successful with our efforts.

Lets encrypt gives the below error:- https://drive.google.com/file/d/1hccWvO3GA8EeEVzmehbFL9eG_VES0t0H/view?usp=sharing

Please let me know, what is the correct way of doing it…


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Hi @alamba093,

What domain are you trying to use, is a subdomain of your main domain hosted with GoDaddy? If you use a subdomain, you’ll just need to add an A record like so

laravel.maindomain.com A XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX

Where laravel.maindomain.com would be the subdomain you’ll have created and XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX would be your Droplet’s IP address.

Once you add it like that, you should be able to continue with configuring your Laravel APIs.