Not yet. The issue is having an issue API that would allow you to renew
a certificate (there isn't one). Rumor has it the the API has been
enhanced to allow for the certificate to be renewed. Unfortunately, I am
on 7.2 and I don't think there are any plans to backport the
enhancement. Not sure when it will be released. It will be an update to
Last conversation I had was focusing on the renewal, since creating the
initial certificate isn't all that hard. I have a script that can renew
the certificate using a Java ACME client but I still have to manually
update DCM with the new cert. I would imagine the whole process could
be done with the new DCM if the API's are there....won't know until
announcements are made or I can get a new Power 9 box and join the
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On 3/5/2019 2:58 PM, David Gibbs via WEB400 wrote:
Has anyone come up with an automated way of creating & renewing Lets
Encrypt certificates with the IBM i web server?
I've got all the midrange.com sites working well with LE certs except
www.midrange.com (which runs on Frankie).
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