If you are using AWS cloudfront, the best option for you is to use ACM (Amazon’s own certificate management)
which would let you issue & renew certificates automatically (with only one setup, a cname record)
@JuergenAuer Thanks for your reply. Actually as per our requirement we may have combination of domains/sub-domains that me reach to any limit as we are offering private lableling for our website that is built with React and hosted on aws cloud front moreover we are allowing our customers to create custom html pages from our app and we are offering them to open these from any domain that they provide to us… I read an ariticle from https://medium.com/@richardkall/setup-lets-encrypt-ssl-certificate-on-amazon-cloudfront-b217669987b2 and istalled the python and certbot on my machine… I wan the proper command that I need to run and how to run with certbot… I see the blow script
@stevenzhu. yes we can use aws certificate manager but we have a problem with them because one aws certificate only offers max 10 domains and one cloud-front only supports one certificate. Can you please help me to generate the ssl certificate from my aws cloudfornt from my windows machine…
@stevenzhu that’s fine even we can increase the number of cloud-front distribution that’s not the issue . At this time I Just wan to try to cerate the ssl using let’s encrypt but got stuck in bw can you please help me how to run the command with certbot as I installed it with the python command line. Just help me to create the ssl with let’s encrypt that would be a great helpful
and installed the certbot on my local machine so now I need to create the ssl from my own machine and need to upload it on aws. Please guide me with simple steps as their is not enough docs for doing it from the windows machine.