Cert error on centos6


#1

Hello,

I just installed letsencrypt on my centos6

My domain is: ct700.oxodif.com

My web server is : Apache 2.2.15

Virtual Host contain :
SSLCertificateFile /etc/letsencrypt/live/ct700.oxodif.com/cert.pem
SSLCertificateKeyFile /etc/letsencrypt/live/ct700.oxodif.com/privkey.pem
SSLCertificateChainFile /etc/letsencrypt/live/ct700.oxodif.com/chain.pem

But ssl doesn’t work : https://ct700.oxodif.com/

I don’t know why … do you have an idea ?

Thanks a lot,
Thierry


#2

@ThierryNo,

This may be a dumb question , but did you restart the server? The certificate still looks like it’s self-signed.


#3

Often this is because you have the default CentOS-provided ssl.conf VirtualHost file that is taking precedence over the letsencrypt- one certbot created. This default ssl.conf file can simply be removed (or moved to a backup location).

If you don’t have or can’t find that file, please paste your entire Apache configuration:

tail -vn +1 /etc/httpd/conf*

#4

Thank you both !

Yes I restarted httpd for each modification :wink:

In ssl.conf I deleted all the section "VirtualHost default:443"
And I added this line (from another config I saw)
NameVirtualHost 149.202.101.195:443

Now it works !
Thanks a lot,
Thierry


#5

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