I have a WordPress multisite installation with different subdomains for different sites. My “main” domain is julis.de and all subsites have a subdomain in form of *.multisite.julis.de
Just to be clear: I cannot use a wildcard certificate and have to issue a cert per site because as soon the site is ready to go public, we make it accessable from both a main domain like julis-bla.de and bla.multisite.julis.de
During the last week, I did not issue a lot of certificates for new sites, maybe like 2-3. There is no one else who could have done this. Still, when I wanted to issue a certificate for a new subdomain today, LetsEncrypt had an error where it told me that “too many certificates have been already issued for julis.de” and linked me to the rate limit docs.
Is there a limit on a maximum number of certificates you can issue? Because otherwise I really don’t know why we would have run into something like a weekly rate limit or smth. Is there a way to find out about this?
Thanks a lot for your help!