Wildcard SSL Certificates for Sub Domains

Discussion in 'HOWTO-Related Questions' started by AustJames, May 3, 2016.

  1. AustJames

    AustJames New Member

    Hi All,
    Does anyone know if it is possible in ISPC3 to automatically utilise a wildcard certificate for sub-domain websites on a specific domain?

    The config is as follows:

    Domain: mydomain.com
    Web Server: NGINX
    A Record for Domain: *.mydomain.com
    Example Sub-Domain Website: site1.mydomain.com, site2.mydomain.com etc

    When creating the site site1.mydomain.com or site2.mydomain.com I would like the wildcard SSL cert to be utilised automatically instead of having to use the cert and key configuration for every site each time it is created. The requirement is for the wildcard cert to not be in the standard location under /var/www/clients/user/site1.mydomain.com/ssl for each site but instead under /ssl/certs globally and not accessible to the user.

    Note that the sub-domains are not being created from the 'Sub Domains' menu, but are being added as websites.

    I doubt that this is possible out of the box, but interested in your thoughts.

    Thank you

  2. sjau

    sjau Local Meanie Moderator

    Not sure if that's possible. However with Let's Encrypt Support it's easy to get a SSL cert for each subdomain. In ISPC 3.1 it's just one checkbox away.

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