- I have a website running on hostinger.com.
- They gave me a lifetime letsencrypt ssl.
- I host a server on my own internet that talks to the website that hostinger.com hosts.
- I downloaded certbot on my raspberry pi (which hosts the node.js server) and generated the key cert etc with manual mode. Now that i rewrote my http server to https and try to connect to my website it throws the following error:
WebSocket connection to ‘wss://ipadress:6060/’ failed: Error in connection establishment: net::ERR_CERT_COMMON_NAME_INVALID
The server worked fine over http before, wanted to upgrade to https because some peoples browsers complained about http.
Any ideas what the issue is?
The certbot generated the cert/key for www.wptguild.com & wptguild.com (which are the site that hostinger.com hosts for me). Should those keys been generated for my server IP instead? Im new to this…
The command i ran on my raspberry was: certbot certonly --manual