ACME package : add standalone mode & specify port used
Added the standalone mode, to be able to specify port used for the challenge and the possibility to automatically open the port during the request in the rules of the firewall
Updated by Frederic Lietart almost 5 years ago
In acme.sh there are several options:
acme.sh --issue -d aa.com --standalone --httpport 88
Standalone tls mode:
acme.sh --issue -d aa.com --tls --tlsport 8443
Add this option "--local-address" could be interesting for multi-wan
Updated by Jim Pingle almost 5 years ago
- Status changed from New to Feedback
Added standalone HTTP and TLS options with configurable port.
A bind address isn't going to be viable at the moment, but maybe in the future. You can always bind to a high port then port forward on your second WAN to that port on localhost for Multi-WAN.
I added some notes in the GUI to reiterate that for security reasons, Let's Encrypt requires 80 for HTTP and 443 for TLS checks. If you bind to any other port you must forward port 80/443 to that other port or the check will fail.