I’m trying to test wildcard certificates with a local instance of Boulder. I’m using the Docker-based setup as suggested in the readme.
I have the local version of Boulder running in Docker from a pristine git clone and listening on 4000:
I also have a certbot instance and I used it to request a new certificate:
certbot certonly -a standalone -d '*.test-1.com' \ --server http://localhost:4000/directory \ --config-dir /.../conf \ --work-dir /.../work \ --logs-dir /var/.../logs \ --register-unsafely-without-email \ --agree-tos \ --no-verify-ssl \ --debug -vv
That command fails with error:
File "...", line 368, in _get_order_and_authorizations raise errors.Error("The currently selected ACME CA endpoint does" certbot.errors.Error: The currently selected ACME CA endpoint does not support issuing wildcard certificates.
From the output it seems it’s trying to connect to a v1 endpoint
http://boulder:4000/terms/v1. How can I connect to the v2 directory running on
Wildcard feature is enabled in