Lately I had a problem with renewal due to blocked access to port 80.
After I unlocked it in firewall - renewal ran properly.
However I'd rather keep this port locked, and have only 443 open for https.
Any ideas or maybe I am missing something, please?
Hello @MaciekRyd, welcome to the Let's Encrypt community.
You would have to not use the HTTP-01 challenge of the Challenge Types - Let's Encrypt, most likely that would be the DNS-01 challenge.
Edit: and as @MikeMcQ points out below the TLS-ALPN-01
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It would have been helpful to have more answers to the form you were shown and that Bruce re-posted.
But, the TLS-ALPN challenge uses port 443. However, support for this depends on your system. For example, if you use Apache you could look at its
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