How to upgrade ACMEv2 please help?


I received mail from Let’s Encrypts after read thoroughly I didn’t understand the meaning of below underlying sentence.

So please help me how can I upgrade from ACMEv1 to ACMEv2

According to our records, the software client you’re using to get Let’s

Encrypt TLS/SSL certificates issued or renewed at least one HTTPS certificate

in the past two weeks using the ACMEv1 protocol. Here are the details of one

recent ACMEv1 request from each of your account(s):

Client IP address:

User agent: synology_avoton_1515+ DSM6.2-24922 (DDNS)

Hostname(s): “

Request time: 2020-02-05 16:05:52 UTC

Beginning June 1, 2020, we will stop allowing new domains to validate using

the ACMEv1 protocol.You should upgrade to an ACMEv2 compatible client before

then, or certificate issuance will fail. For most people, simply upgrading to

the latest version of your existing client will suffice. You can view the

client list at:

If you’re unsure how your certificate is managed, get in touch with the

person who installed the certificate for you. If you don’t know who to

contact, please view the help section in our community forum at and use the search bar to check if

there’s an existing solution for your question. If there isn’t, please create

a new topic and fill out the help template.

ACMEv1 API deprecation details can be found in our community forum:

As a reminder: In the future, Let’s Encrypt will be performing multiple

domain validation requests for each domain name when you issue a certificate.

While you’re working on migrating to ACMEv2, please check that your system

configuration will not block validation requests made by new Let’s Encrypt IP

addresses, or block multiple matching requests. Per our FAQ

(, we don’t publish a list of IP addresses

we use to validate, and this list may change at any time.

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Thank you for joining us on our mission to create a more secure and privacy-

respecting Web!

All the best,

Let’s Encrypt