[Spce-user] Easy way to use Lets Encrypt?

Alex Lutay alutay at sipwise.com
Fri Jun 2 10:12:48 EDT 2017


It should be as easy as you said:
1) store certs into /etc/ngcp-config/ssl
2) change config.yml to use new cert names
3) ngcpcfg apply "new certs"

Having the fact "but, the old one still gets used", I believe
you have changed not all the necessary places. Please check
all places where old were in use and replace to new one.

You can find hints here:
> https://www.sipwise.com/doc/mr5.2.1/spce/ar01s14.html#_ssl_certificates

On 06/02/2017 03:15 PM, William Hilsum wrote:
> I got https working fine for the past year or so by purchasing a cert
> and copying to /etc/ngcp-config/ssl then editing config.yml
> My certificates have expired, and, ideally I want to use Let’s encrypt –
> however, I can’t get it working (I get a certificate, it applies to
> NGINX config, but, the old one still gets used).
> I was wondering if there is any easy way of getting this done, or, am I
> just best to renew/buy another one?
Alex Lutay

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