The server will not issue certificates for the identifier

I am having some issue on the following error below .Kindly assist how to resolve

Requesting a certificate for company-crm-api.test
An unexpected error occurred:
The server will not issue certificates for the identifier :: Error creating new order :: Cannot issue for "company-crm-api.test": Domain name does not end with a valid public suffix (TLD)

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Welcome to the Let's Encrypt Community, Bernard :slightly_smiling_face:

Let's Encrypt only issues certificates for domain names for which it can publicly verify control/ownership. This obviously does not include domain names that are not able to be publicly registered (as they do not have public DNS zones).

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Hi Griffin

I have tried different names but still, I am getting the same problem. Eg company-crm-api.test, company-crm-api.com , company-crm.com .

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You get this error:

for these domain names?

company-crm-api.com
company-crm.com

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What is the best way to create the domain name as you said in the last reply? Any example Mr Griffin

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Let's Encrypt will only issue certificates for a public domain that you own, or over which you can demonstrate control. So the first point is that there must be a real, live domain, which you can buy at any domain registrar. Examples of registrars would be name.com, easydns.com, namecheap.com, and many others.

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I don't have a live domain at the moment, I am running my application as local in Laravel application(company-crm) . This name isn't registered as a live domain.

APP_NAME="Laravel CRM"
APP_ENV=local
APP_KEY=base64:Xo04J/2j1GeblJN1hAEPoHAbHvfYx2oyfCOEcbDVnf0=
APP_DEBUG=true
APP_URL=https://company-crm.localhost

PROJECT_NAME =company-crm
APP_DOMAIN =company-crm.localhost

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Then you will be unable to get a cert from Let's Encrypt until you change that.

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Thanks

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I concur with @danb35. Sorry for the delay in response.

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