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I have now received the instructions on how to reconfigure all servers to use one Let's Encrypt certificate.

The changes involve some changes through the web interface of Pair and might also involve some indirect changes to the DNS. I expect the changes to be complete within the next hour and the propagation of the changes within the next 24 hours.

After that, I expect that all webservers will serve the same (Let's Encrypt) certificate and will automatically renew through Pairs automatic process.

Update: The change was 50% successful:

  • OK The *.pairsite.com certificate is not served anymore from
  • OK A perlmonks.com and www.perlmonks.com certificate is now served from 209.197.123.153.
  • NOT OK: A perlmonks.net and www.perlmonks.net certificate is now served from 209.197.123.153.
  • NOT OK: A perlmonks.org and www.perlmonks.org certificate is now served from 209.197.123.153.

This will likely need (repeated?) manual intervention from Pair support, who have been very supportive and good so far, so I hope that we can resolve even this issue.

The two certificates served now are:

##### Certificate ##### Issuer: /C=US/O=Let's Encrypt/CN=Let's Encrypt Authority X3 Subject: /CN=perlmonks.com Subject Alt Names: 2: perlmonks.com 2: www.perlmonks.com ### Served by: 209.197.123.153 css.perlmonks.com 209.197.123.153 css.perlmonks.net 209.197.123.153 css.perlmonks.org 209.197.123.153 perlmonks.com 209.197.123.153 perlmonks.net 209.197.123.153 perlmonks.org 209.197.123.153 perlmonks.pairsite.com 209.197.123.153 www.perlmonks.com 209.197.123.153 www.perlmonks.net 209.197.123.153 www.perlmonks.org ##### Certificate ##### Issuer: /C=US/O=Let's Encrypt/CN=Let's Encrypt Authority X3 Subject: /CN=perlmonks.org Subject Alt Names: 2: css.perlmonks.com 2: css.perlmonks.net 2: css.pe +rlmonks.or g 2: perlmonks.com 2: perlmonks.net 2: perlmonks.org 2: www.perlmonks. +com 2: www .perlmonks.net 2: www.perlmonks.org 216.92.34.251 css.perlmonks.com 66.39.54.27 css.perlmonks.com 216.92.34.251 css.perlmonks.net 66.39.54.27 css.perlmonks.net 216.92.34.251 css.perlmonks.org 66.39.54.27 css.perlmonks.org 216.92.34.251 perlmonks.com 66.39.54.27 perlmonks.com 216.92.34.251 perlmonks.net 66.39.54.27 perlmonks.net 216.92.34.251 perlmonks.org 66.39.54.27 perlmonks.org 216.92.34.251 www.perlmonks.com 66.39.54.27 www.perlmonks.com 216.92.34.251 www.perlmonks.net 66.39.54.27 www.perlmonks.net 216.92.34.251 www.perlmonks.org 66.39.54.27 www.perlmonks.org

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in thread "This site is not secure" warning message by roho

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