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#1 Guo01emby OFFLINE  

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Posted 23 February 2020 - 03:42 AM

I am a new user in emby. 

 

Before this topic, I have read two classic ssl setup methods here. But I find that both methods all need domain for it.

 

If my wlan's IP is fix or I have Asus router's DDNS service, does it have other simple way to setup ssl connect ?

 

 



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Posted 23 February 2020 - 09:49 AM

CAs issue certificates for domains. IF (big IF) you want a CA to include IP then you have to prove you OWN and CONTROL that IP (think Cloudflare 1.1.1.1). So no, you will not get a commercial CA to issue a cert for your fixed IP. You need one for your domain, free or paid.

 

ASUS DDNS should work for you. Some ASUS routers have built-in provisioning and renewal of LetsEncrypt certs. If yours does then you can follow this option:

https://emby.media/c...erver/?p=823503

 

If your router does not have LetsEncrypt support then you have to follow the normal paths to get the cert.


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Posted 24 February 2020 - 07:56 AM

CAs issue certificates for domains. IF (big IF) you want a CA to include IP then you have to prove you OWN and CONTROL that IP (think Cloudflare 1.1.1.1). So no, you will not get a commercial CA to issue a cert for your fixed IP. You need one for your domain, free or paid.

 

ASUS DDNS should work for you. Some ASUS routers have built-in provisioning and renewal of LetsEncrypt certs. If yours does then you can follow this option:

https://emby.media/c...erver/?p=823503

 

If your router does not have LetsEncrypt support then you have to follow the normal paths to get the cert.

Thank you for your words. It's help me a lot. I will try your suggest.






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