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On the other hand, to correctly configure it, you will have to mandatorily include TCP for the DNS to fetch queries.
When performing DNS check, the Start of Authority (SOA) records are requested for every server that are part of your domain.
PLESK_ERROR: Could not obtain directory: Invalid response: . PLESK_ERROR: Could not issue a Let's Encrypt SSL/TLS certificate for The following things should be checked in order to get an let's Encrypt SSL certificate installed: Note: Let's Encrypt provides only 50 attempts to obtain an SSL certificate per week for a domain.
When you request an ACM certificate using DNS validation, ACM gives you a CNAME record that you must add to your DNS configuration.
Certificate requests using DNS validation might remain in Pending validation if: The CNAME record wasn’t added to the correct DNS configuration To confirm if the CNAME record has been added to correctly to your DNS configuration, run a command similar to the following: Note: Replace example-cname.with your ACM CNAME record.
The dig command returns the CNAME record’s value in the output if the CNAME record has been added to the correct DNS configuration and propagated successfully.
This way your browser will directly establish a connection with the server where the site is hosted.
ACM uses the CNAME record to validate ownership of domains.
After domains are successfully validated, the certificate status updates from Pending validation to Issued.
DNS delegation can fail when a name server is unable to find the correct zone or domain.
After DNS delegation lists down all the available name servers for that zone, it is the name server’s responsibility to handle or provide responses to queries from the directory service.The article provides troubleshooting steps for errors that may be shown during a Let's Encrypt certificate installation using the Let's Encrypt Plesk extension.