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SSL issue while restored cPanel backup to CyberPanel on VPS

Hello Friends,
I am new at here and I am faced SSL issue for my some domains.
The detailed information help to understand the issue in better ways, so I am started with my previous Shared Hosting using cPanel, where there is a primary domain and other domains added as Add-On domains. I have restored the cPanel backup through CyberPanel on my VPS; since previously my all domains uses Free Let's Encrypt SSL when I am on Shared Hosting before moving to CyberPanel.
As when I restored my cPanel backup then the SSL works fine for my primary domain www.example.com as well shows for add-on domains like abc.example.com and xyz.example.com but for abc.com and xyz.com it shows Self-Signed SSL Cert.
Now I need help to fix and resolved this issue but don't know how can I do?
So, Please help me to fix this issue.

Regards,

Comments

  • nine times out of ten it will be misconfigured DNS that causes lets encrypt to fail. Test your domains (that failed) in a site like www.intodns.com to see if there are errors.
  • Hello ianw5555,
    I have updated my Nameserver Record to fix it as per the instructions given at here: https://forums.cyberpanel.net/discussion/257/super-simple-nameserver-creation
    and due to this it may take some time to reply you since at present DNS propagation period is not completed ( as per 24-48 hour) so I can update you later about the result.
    I have a question that if I can use the CyberPanel Feature "Issue SSL" [https://cyberpanel.net/docs/issuing-ssl-for-website/] for my primary domain to issue new SSL then is it conflict with previous SSL installation?
    OR
    After using "Issue SSL" feature it can install a new fresh Lets Encrypt SSL for my Primary domain as well for all secondary domains.
    I am asking this because my previous hosting is on "Shared Account" and now I am on VPS.
    Thanks for the valuable information get-in reply.
    Regards,
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