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icy-summer-69654

06/08/2022, 7:50 PM
Hello all. I would like to install my own Server SSL-Certificate for SSL-Deepinspection on the firewall. So i see that the docker container is running with alpine linux and nginx. But i can't find the location an configuration of the let's encrypt certificate. Where i can find this, an how is the best way to set my own certificate? My docker CT's are coredns/coredns, eclipse-mosquitto:2.0.11-openssl , gravitl/netmaker-ui:v0.14.2, traefik:v2.6 and gravitl/netmaker:v0.14.2 Thanks.
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bored-island-21407

06/08/2022, 7:52 PM
the certificates are managed by traefik in your setup
it is possible to have traefik use static certs rather than generating them on the fly
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icy-summer-69654

06/08/2022, 7:54 PM
Thank you for this really fast information!! 😎 I will check this 😃
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bored-island-21407

06/08/2022, 7:57 PM
if you get stuck, I have a working server with static certs
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icy-summer-69654

06/18/2022, 7:18 PM
This is really newland for me. What i have done until now: I have generated a file named "mycerts.yml" on the VM directly outside the docker with paths to the certs in this format what i had find in your post. So what is the next step? Wouldn't I also need to know where these certs are to be mapped? I couldn't even find the let's encrypt certs until now. Is my first plain docker 🙂
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