6 years ago from John Smith

  • Denis RojcykDenis Rojcyk, 6 years ago

    Speaking from experience, figuring out this one was pain in the ass.

    From what I've read, Let's Encrypt gives you certificate for 3 months, then you have to reset it, but I might be wrong.

    If you would also like to manage domains [DNSimple](dnsimple.com) is the way to go. They are quite costly for domain transfers and renewals (SSLs are cheap). But if you struggle with implementing the SSL theirs 1 click install solution is well worth the money. And by far the best solution if you manage multiple domains and SSLs.

    0 points