domain failed 7 times for LetsEncrypt renewing, skipping

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T4B
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I don't know what is this?
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Domain is expired or moved to another server, myVesta can't renew ssl for that domain, and after 7 failed attempts in 7 days, myVesta start to skip attempts to renew that domain.
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dpeca wrote: Sun Jan 10, 2021 12:16 am Domain is expired or moved to another server, myVesta can't renew ssl for that domain, and after 7 failed attempts in 7 days, myVesta start to skip attempts to renew that domain.
using Cloudflare

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any problem in Cloudflare?
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T4B wrote: Sun Jan 10, 2021 1:08 pm any problem in Cloudflare?
should not be a problem.

anyway, you don't need letsencrypt if you are using cloudflare.
unsigned ssl or expired ssl are also fine.

but anyway, you can try to regenerate letsencrypt.
- turn off letsencrypt on that domain
- save
- turn on again letsencrypt on that domain
- save

it will regenerate letsencrypt if DNS is pointing to your server (even via cloudflare proxy)
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Hello,

I was testing the cpanel account import script which is working great 8-) following your tutorial here (viewtopic.php?f=24&t=63).
To add a Letsencrypt certificate, I logged into the new account, went to web section, turn on letsencrypt on that domain... The page was reloaded after few seconds with no particular information. Is there a command to check if the addition of Lestsecrypt certificate was successful?


EDIT:
Now I have on the web section page: ISSUER: C = US, O = Let's Encrypt, CN = R3
But when I connect to the website, it's still the CPANEL Certificate.
When I check on checkdns, the ip of the website is the new one.


Thank you in advance,
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Maybe DNS is still propagating, and your computer still see old IP.
Check SSL here - https://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.html
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dpeca wrote: Sat Oct 02, 2021 11:48 am Maybe DNS is still propagating, and your computer still see old IP.
Check SSL here - https://www.sslshopper.com/ssl-checker.html
Thank you for the link. It was a problem relating to dns propagation. Sslshopper gives the new certificate but I had to flush dns (ipconfig /flushdns) and put an entry in my host file (windows) to be able to see the new certificate.

Thank you.
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