Since letsencrypt can only generate certificates for domain records which
point to public ip addresses, one would need to have a public ip address
and a domain record for each deployed router in order to do this. Or one
would have to implement some trick in order to get a certificate for each
router in a simpler manner but probably violating the TOS of letsencrypt.
Either way, it's doable, but are you sure it's worth the effort?
On Thu, Feb 16, 2017 at 6:41 AM Xavier Maysonnave <x.maysonn...@gmail.com>
> Hi Federico,
> This is a great news.
> It would be really nice if we can also use the controller to create, push
> and regenerate such certificates at the router level as luci with openssl
> always generates an unknown default certificates when you reach the router
> through https.
> Le mercredi 15 février 2017 22:04:54 UTC+5:30, Federico Capoano a écrit :
> Hi everyone,
> I just added support for automatic SSL certificate creation and renewal
> via letsencrypt <https://letsencrypt.org/> to ansible-openwisp2.
> If you try it the instructions I just linked, let me know how it goes.
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