Remove Certbot ssl and get back to previous state

Hello recently i have added ssl certificate from certbot as the website says "This site can’t be reached" how can i remove it and get back to previous state.i.e http

Do you have port 443 open on your firewall and port forwarded? It is required for HTTPS, in addition to port 80 for HTTP.

You can try running (potentially multiple times):

sudo certbot rollback

However, if you had an HTTP→HTTPS redirect set up (which Certbot does by default now) your browser might still try to connect to HTTPS by default.

Fixing the network issue might be a better idea than rolling back SSL completely.

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Thanks for the reply and just curious to know
by fixing network issue means?

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Yeah port 443 is open and forwarded too but still then its not working

@vsgrg I moved this topic to the Help category. If you had posted there you would have been shown the questions below. Please answer them the best you can. It is difficult to help without this info. Thanks

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My domain is:

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