Up until now I have been running LetsEncrypt with DuckDNS with no problems whatsoever. The problem now is that I have created another DDNS that points to the same home network (bascoserver.hopto.org). Running SSL diagnostics reveals that the certificate is OK except for the fact that the domain names don't match. The DDNS address on the certificate matches the one on the other DDNS.
So I have a couple of questions on how to resolve this issue:
- Can I create and renew the LetsEncrypt certificates from diffrent computers without running into this problem?
I ask that because the first DDNS and SSL certificate are managed by hassio, so poking into that can be tricky.
- The problem will be solved if I create both certificates at once? This means running:
sudo certbot -d bascoserver.hopto.org -d caleino.duckdns.org
Then I would have to export the certificate to the necessary machines, but that's another issue.
- Is there a better way to tackle this?