My domain is: http://colgate.edu
I ran this command: N/A
It produced this output: N/A
My operating system is: CENTOS 6.5
My web server is: apache 2.4.23
My hosting provider, if applicable, is:godaddy.com
I can login to a root shell on my machine : yes (never have though, SSH challenged :expressionless
I’m using a control panel to manage my site :Yes/cPanel Version 60.0 (build35)
Because I have no clue how to use an SSH command line interface, I am using a cPanel Plugin for LetsEncrypt.
I hit some sort of rate limit of certs issued for the colgate.edu domain. I did not know about the rate limit issues until it was too late. However, I read here that "The main limit is 20 Certificates per Registered Domain (20 per week). ".
So first off, I have only created 8 certs (listed below). but now Let’s Encrypt states I hit a rate limit (See image below)
- So what I want or need to do, is this…
Quoted from this documentation:
“If you have a lot of subdomains, you may want to combine them into a single certificate, up to a limit of 100 Names per Certificate. Combined with the above limit, that means you can issue certificates containing up to 2,000 unique subdomains per week. A certificate with multiple names is often called a SAN certificate, or sometimes a UCC certificate.”
but I do not know how to do this through the GUI interface in cPanel. I also cannot find instructions on how or what the command line instructions would be if I decided to tempt fate and use an SSH client (Scary for me )