Maximal certificate request reached for this domain name


#1

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My domain is: sananas.synology.me

I ran this command: Synology Diskstation - Renew Certificate / tried Add replacement certificate

It produced this output: Certificate renewal failed / maximal certificate request reached

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My hosting provider, if applicable, is:

I can login to a root shell on my machine (yes or no, or I don’t know): yes

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#2

Hi @eric_sana

you have created some certificates:

https://transparencyreport.google.com/https/certificates?cert_search_auth=&cert_search_cert=p:c2FuYW5hcy5zeW5vbG9neS5tZTpmYWxzZTpmYWxzZTo6RUFFPQ&cert_search=include_expired:false;include_subdomains:false;domain:sananas.synology.me&lu=cert_search_cert

5 with one name sananas.synology.me - that hits the https://letsencrypt.org/docs/rate-limits/

Duplicate Certificate limit of 5 certificates per week

Three with mailplus.sananas.synology.me + sananas.synology.me

So there is something wrong. There are new certificates created, but you don’t use them.


#3

Dear Juergen

I think it could be due to the initial setup of the SSL for the domain in which the server has submit the request but it failed to registered into the Synology Server.

Subsequently, it managed to get registered but the expiry was til Nov-18.

I then received email from Let’s Encrypt that the certificate is expiring and I tried to renew it, but again the renewal failed.

Is it possible to delete the rest certificate as I currently only use 1 certificate (mailplus.ssananas.synology.me + sananas.synology.me) that is about to expire and I was trying to renew / extend it but encountered problem.

Regards,

Eric Kwan | Executive, Preventive Drug Education | Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association
2 Sengkang Square, Sengkang Community Hub #05-01 Singapore 545025 | Tel: 67321122 Ext 5213

Website: www.sana.org.sg | www.talk2sana.com


#4

It’s not required to delete the duplicate certificates.

You have created a certificate with the two names. But the synology - menu doesn’t shows this certificate.

It’s more a problem how to configure synology then getting a certificate.

https://sananas.synology.me/ is good, but the certificate has only one name.

https://mailplus.sananas.synology.me/ has the wrong certificate. Looks like there is no additional configuration option to manage mailplus.sananas.synology.me

Are there more options under “Advanced”? Or is it possible to edit the synology configuration direct?


#5

Dear Juergen

Are there more options under “Advanced”?

There are no more options under “Advanced”

Or is it possible to edit the synology configuration direct?

Do not know how to do that.

Regards,

Eric Kwan | Executive, Preventive Drug Education | Singapore Anti-Narcotics Association
2 Sengkang Square, Sengkang Community Hub #05-01 Singapore 545025 | Tel: 67321122 Ext 5213

Website: www.sana.org.sg | www.talk2sana.com


#6

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