Renewing certificate

Hello there,

When renewing certificate, should I allow the let’s encrypt to access some folder?
The reason why I am asking this question is that I have 4 servers under load balancer.
So, I thought I might have to set domain for 4 servers and set SSL.
But, I want to block access except for load balancer.
Do you anyone have suggestion for this?

Best regads,

Hi @msaus

I don’t know. I don’t understand your setup.

If you have already certificates, then do that again.

Where are your certificates? On the servers? On the load balancer? Where runs your client?

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