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var/log/messagesfile and do a
catcommand on it. Then review in detail whats going on.
For LE cert you do have to have specific settings in place and be sure that you own the root domain, yes. Same reason that when you do this process for *.synology.me domain, it works just fine for a device that runs DSM. Synology has all in place that allows for the generation of LE certificates for all subdomain under their DDNS ownership.I'm not sure if that solution would work for me. The domain I use is ties in with my Office 365 account and all DNS records are therefore hosted by Microsoft for that to work. That being the case would I have to buy a commercial certificate?
It still fails with the error message of 'Failed to connect to Let's Encrypt. Please make sure the domain name is valid.' again.
- Domain name: MYDOMAIN.COM
- Email: domain based email
- Subject Alternative name: mynas.MYDOMAIN.COM;myforum.MYDOMAIN.COM
Wow that worked! So I now have three certificates installed:
I've changed them to be:
- MYDOMAIN.synology.me (default)
- mynas.MYDOMAIN.COM (also holds myforum.MYDOMAIN.COM)
- synology.com (synology DDNS Certificate)
- mynas.MYDOMAIN.COM (default)