Auto Load Wildcard Certificate

1liminal1

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Aug 5, 2022
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Hey guys,

Just installed ProxMox and want to set up my cert. I have lets encrypt set up elsewhere to produce wirldcare certs.

Is there a way like with IIS and WCS that you can get proxmox to load up a cert from a folder or certificate store?

  1. Once your two SSL files are ready, move them to the override locations in /etc/pve/nodes/<node>. Ensure that you’re using the correct SSL files and nodes.
    cp fullchain.pem /etc/pve/nodes/<node>/pveproxy-ssl.pem
    cp private-key.pem /etc/pve/nodes/<node>/pveproxy-ssl.key
  2. Next, restart the web interface using the systemctl restart pveproxy command.
  3. The system log should inform you about the usage of the alternative SSL certificate (“Using ‘/etc/pve/local/pveproxy-ssl.pem’ as certificate for the web interface.”):

So far Ive found this, if I just put the pem and key file into this folder and restart the web UI it will load the cert?
Or is there an easier way?

Thanks :)
 

1liminal1

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Aug 5, 2022
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The above worked great :)

Is there a within proxmox to set the web UI to restart every X days or does it require a cron job?

thanks :)
 

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