It would be nice if there would be an autoSSL feature (maybe switchable for packages) because SSL is almost always needed these days.
Auto SSL does like run a nightly cronjob and see which new domains are created. For these domains an SSL certificate is requested automatically.
Seems a nice idea for Directadmin too.
Assuming that DA asks for hostname before even installation (when getting license) and it requires a FQDN when installing, maybe this feature should also auto-create the first SSL for server's hostname when installing DirectAdmin. If someone has a wildcard or any other cert can install it later.
We need an SSL page under admin which gives a list of your domains with expiry date, then with the option to set auto renew or a button to renew now. It would also be useful to allow you to set the hostname and choose SSL.
WHen i try to open SSL Certificates it says... "Cannot Execute Your Request. SSL is not enabled for this domain" Please help. I cannot open SSL Certificates
Please post problems on the forum, not in the feature request section.
You can enable SSL in the package and/or in your domain setup. Further questions on the forum please.
Would be nice to have the issuing of Let's Encrypt certificate done automated.
For instance add it to a queue and once the domain resolves (maybe require a validation DNS record/.well-known system).
we already developed a custom auto SSL running every hours. 1 per day is too long, clients want to have SSL immediately.
That's your own choice ofcourse and a possibility.
DA also has to keep in mind that nobody runs into request limits.
As far as I know cP is als doing it just once aday as far as I know. I'm already glad it gets implemented. ;)
Agreed that this would be great.
Some logic applied would be to have the initial request for SSL performed after a period of time after the domain was created, and if ssl generation fails after a certain amount of attempts then to remove it from the auto ssl list, and change the frequency in which the server tries to apply LE certs to the domain.
A must have for today's hosting environments.