thank you very much for your quick reply.
I am not aware of maxcdn but do you have to configure the SSL certificates? If so you should have a hook on the client you are using to upload the latest version.
I cant configure. I have the possibilty to add the certificate in a textarea. Maxcdn extract the expire Date and send a notification on that date. No more.
What I do is, I have a look at the cronjob from Plesk. Each Month on the 19th at 0 oclock the cronjob renew all certificates. On the next morning my PC send me a reminder to renew the certificate on maxcdn. I open winscp, go to /opt/psa/var/modules/letsencrypt/logs , open the logfiles, scroll to the bottom and copy and paste the Private Key, the cert and ca to maxcdn.
This is very complicated and when I can do this each 60 days instead of each 30 days its a big time improovment for me.
Do you see a faster way?
It would be great, when Plesk keep the 1 Month period and I change the certificate on maxcdn every 60 days. With this way, I have 2 certificates for the cdn Domain but aslong they both a valid its ok.
It’s probably worthwhile asking Plesk if you can change the behavior to 90 or 80 days
I already asked but its not recommend.
The only issue I see with this particular setup is HTTP key pinning. If you have multiple certificates (one for CDN and for servers) you may lock clients out of your server (i.e. cdn delivers contents but web servers don’t, vice versa)
Can you explain this for dummies again? Thank you very much.
can you let us know what your domain name is this allows us to confirm that the behaviour you are describing is correct.
I dont want to make my domain public. Sorry. I hope this is not a problem. Thanks for understanding.