I’m trying to create an HTTPS Wildcard certificate for all my subdomains * .booda.me
My server is hosted on Amazon web services on an “Amazon Linux AMI”.
When I run certbot with this command:
letsencrypt certonly --manual --preferred-challenges dns --register -d booda.me -d * .booda.me
I’m asked to create a acme-challenge “TXT” DNS that contains a string.
The certificates are validated with the confirmation message for “booda.me” and “* .booda.me”.
I also find my certificates by making “certbot certificates”:
When I validate the first DNS “TXT” I wait a few minutes for the propagation. Then I update the 2nd DNS “TXT” for the wildcard by modifying the first DNS, because AWS does not allow me to add a second “_acme-challenge.booda.me”.
But I do not think that could be a problem …
By cons when I go https://booda.me it works but none of my subdomains detect the certificate Let’s encrypt.
I do not understand where it can come from. I made several attempts by choosing “(E) xpand” to update the certificates but it does not work.
Where can it come from, I’m starting to despair …