Info Wild Card certs on Synology DDNS

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Yes well... they should take a leaf from how pfSense implement it.
 
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Since posting this I have submitted a feature request to Synology to solve this issue.

Wildcard User Domains

In a nutshell, Synology can check if the user has a DNS record in their domain for _acme-challenge pointing to their Synology domain via CNAME. The user has to have already have setup Synology domain under External -> DDNS. Once that is in place they can issue a wildcard certificate for the user's domain. acmesh-official/acme.sh see domain-alias.

Thats a negative ghost rider.... I got a response from Synology.

"Thanks for contacting Synology and sending us your detailed proposal :D
However, due to resource constraint, we won't consider adding the feature to our current roadmap."

Bugger.
 

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