We are about to launch small server computer to the consumer market with a computer manufacture.
Every server has a hostname like
Since we expect to have quite many customers, we have applied for the rate limit adjustment. Is it hard to get this kind of application accepted? And does it take long to get the result?
Thank you in advance.
there is another option.
If it is possible, add
wafflecell.com to the Public Suffix List:
Then the full qualified domain names
abc.wafflecell.com are domains, not subdomains.
They would be isolated (cookies) and the rate limit would be per domain, so there is no problem with any rate limit.
It's like a domain
Thank you for your advice, Juergen.
Yes, we have just submitted the request to include wafflecell.com to the public suffix list. However, it would take three to four months to get on the list.
The Let’s Encrypt rate limit adjustment process usually takes a few weeks.
Thank you, schoen. I will wait.
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