@girish I'm using the DNS based challenge, but for a wildcard entry.
Cloudron only supports http based challenge for wildcards, or DNS based challenge but then it creates one entry per app.
Ok, but then they won't self-update and need to be manually re-uploaded every month. I'd like to place a symlink to my self-updating ones from certbot.
I'll try to explain why I found the need to set this up. I have a cloudron running on a local network behind a VPN. Employees log into the VPN and work on various things. To make things more convenient and safe I wanted the certs to be signed, so I looked into let's encrypt.
Ports 80 and 443 should be blocked to the outside. I also might be a little picky I also don't want to leak too much info about the apps to the DNS, hence I'd like a single wildcard entry in the public DNS.
The various DNS and certificate providers available in Cloudron couldn't give me this. They either required forwarding 80/443 or made one entry in the DNS for each app.
I am using the Wildcard DNS provider with Custom wildcard certificates. (Cloudron did not provide a suitable combo of DNS provider and Let's encrypt certificate functionality.)
Now, I would like to point Cloudron to a set of certificates that i have set up to refresh using certbot.
Where does cloudron find its certificates, and is it possible to put a symlink to mine there instead?