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I created Let's Encrypt certificate through my ASUS router, and in the router GUI it shows it as valid. But I get the certificate invalid message when I connect over https, and when I check the certificate on sslshopper, it shows the wrong certificate name as router.asus.com, like it was self-generated. Do you guys know how to fix this? Is it a problem on ASUS side of things? Thank you.