I'm not certain, but does the Apache on the i use the DCM? or just a
certfile like most other instances? If it is the later you would configure
it as any other Apache.
I'm fond of using reverse nginx proxies to add the SSL capabilities to my
web servers. If you add routing you can even get by using a single wildcard
cert for all of them.
Best Regards,

On Sat, Aug 1, 2020 at 5:55 PM Jay Vaughn <jeffersonvaughn@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Anyone ever use LetsEncrypt to apply a trusted ssl certificate to IBMi
(Apache server). I couldn’t quite determine correct software/system for
certbot. Or is there a better method?

I’ve created a signed cert to apply to my server instance using IBM DCM,
but it’s not a trusted CA. This Is creating a server authentication issue
with my external web app trying to make http requests to the IBMi.

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