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My domain is:
I did not run a command, but reached out to my host to verify shell access. I was told that SSL cannot be enabled from my end and that I need to contact Let’s Encrypt and provide them my website CSR. I am at a loss of what to do next.
Thank you for your help.
that's how typical CAAs are working. The customers creates a CSR, sends the CSR to the CAA, the CAA sends a mail with a link, the customer clicks the link and confirms his domain ownership - then the CAA signes the CSR and sends the certificate back.
But that's not how Letsencrypt works.
You have to use a client to create a CSR and a certificate.
If you don't have root access, your hoster should support such an automation. If not, you have to do that every 60 - 85 days, because Letsencrypt certificates are only 90 days valid. So it's painful.
There are some online clients ( https://zerossl.com/ ) you may use.
But your domain
Checked via https://check-your-website.server-daten.de/?q=abqimaigng.com - that can't work.
There is no dns entry visible. Are you the owner of that domain? Or is it a typo? You must have a worldwide unique domain name and a dns entry.
Thank you for your reply, I appreciate it greatly. I will start the process now and update you how far I get.
That was a typo on the domain, it is abqimaging.com .
Now your domain is visible ( https://check-your-website.server-daten.de/?q=abqimaging.com ):
But there is already a Letsencrypt certificate, which is active:
Looks like you use cPanel.
Isn't it possible to use that certificate? That should work without manual actions.
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