I have a service provider that hosts a website on my behalf. It is a paid for service and they use LetsEncrypt certs for all the servers they host for me. But, I recently built a service that I want to host on premises. From what I understand they don’t use wildcard certificates. So the situation is as follows:
They host a server with address mydomain.co.za. The service I built has a DNS CNAME entry in my managment portal and the service is reachable from the internet. So if I type myservervice.mydomain.co.za in a browser, I can successfully access my service. I need to SSL my service, but not sure how to go about it now. I don’t have the finances for wildcard certs etc.
Could someone please help me understand what I need to do in order to get my service secured? Can I apply for a LetsEncrypt cert for myservice.mydomain.co.za only, or how does this work? Sorry, I am very new to this.
Any help will be greatly appreciated!