Hi everyone. I am trying to get a SSL certificate to host WebODM in a server located in dc.uba.ar (via Let’s Encrypt). However, when I try to do so, I it produces the following output:
There were too many requests of a given type :: Error creating new cert :: too many certificates already issued for: uba.ar: see https://letsencrypt.org/docs/rate-limits/
I understand that Let’s Encrypt uses the public suffix list to calculate the registered domain. However, I don’t see uba.ar as a suffix, probably because it’s a very old domain which belongs to University of Buenos Aires, and it’s not registered at the public suffix list because it was created even before the Network Information Center Argentina was born.
Since it’s a bureocratic pain for us (a small research group in UBA) to ask our goverment to add uba.ar to the suffix list just to use Let’s Encrypt, I was wondering if there is a way that Let’s Encrypt adds it to the list they consider as a suffix.
(I’m sorry if this message doesn’t belong here. If it doesn’t, could someone tell me where / who should I write to?)
Thanks in advance.