- I have 50 domains.
- All of them are on Cloudflare
- I don't remember which command I used to issue a new certificate: certbot --apache OR certbot --auto for some I used
certbot certonly --manual -d domainname.com -d www.domainname.com --preferred-challenges="dns"
and for some
certbot certonly --webroot-path /var/www/public_html/domainname.com/public --renew-by-default --email email@example.com --text --agree-tos -d domainname.com -d www.domainname.com --preferred-challenges http
It's a little messy, I know. If I knew the best way to purge all and go for one updated solution I'd go for it. I read quite a few topics on your forum similar to this one. I read that http1 challenges are deprecated. The topic is old. I CAN'T ADD A WILDCARD REDIRECT to Cloudflare because I am a free user and all the page rules I can apply are already busy for all the domain names.
MY GOAL IS: To be able to auto renew all the existing certificates using a single command without getting errors when I have the orange cloud active on cloudflare. I can't manually go and deactivate it for every domain. It's just a pain to do so. I'll be happy to keep both let's encrypt and cloudflare certificate while using "FULL STRICT" on Cloudflare. I'm looking for a 2021st updated solution. Please help. Thanks in advance!
My web server is (Apache latest version)
The operating system my web server runs on is (Debian 9 64-bit)
I can login to a root shell on my machine (YES)
I'm using a control panel to manage my site (NO)
The version of my client is (Certbot 0.28.0)