New rate limit question


#21

Yep, in this scenario you would be able to issue a new cert every day indefinitely, and renew them all indefinitely.


#22

If the rate limit is 20 new domains per week, is that really 20 new combinations of domains? I.e., can we request a SAN SSL for 99 domains all at once in the same request? And if so, can we then request 19 more SANs in the same week?


#23

Note this is 20 certificates per single domain per week.

That single domains includes subdomains. so separate certificates for ā€œsub1.example.comā€ and ā€œsub2.example.comā€ count against that limit.

certificates for ā€œdomain1.comā€ and ā€œdomain2.comā€ are separate domains, so that would could separately as 1/20 against domain1.com and 1/20 against domain2.com.

Yes, you can create cert with ā€œsub1.d1.comā€, ā€œsub2.d1.comā€ ā€¦ ā€œsub99.d1.comā€ on one certificate and then ā€œsub100.d1.comā€ ā€¦ ā€œsub199.d1.comā€ on the second cert ( up to 19 certs that week).