I’ve posted this before, but the post seems to be deleted with no explanation. Hopefully that’s a glitch and this is ok to post.
I am receiving this error:
There was an error updating the certificate: Error ‘Requested host ‘MyDeploymentID.deployments.pbxact.com’ does not resolve to ‘xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx’ (Found yy.yyy.yy.yyy)’ when requesting http://MyDeploymentID.deployments.pbxact.com//.freepbx-known/WholeBunchOfNumbersAndLetters_HidingInCaseTheyAreSecure
In the error above, xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx is my current IP address. The IP address it found, yy.yyy.yy.yyy, is a previous IP address of the server (We got a new ISP). It seems like the error is saying that the DDNS address (MyDeploymentID.deployments.pbxact.com) is trying to direct to the old IP address. But my DDNS settings in system admin and on the Sangoma portal both point to the new IP address, xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx. I tried deleting the old certificate and tried creating a new one (using let’s encrypt) and I received the same error.
I’m far from an expert, but it seems like the deployment address from the DDNS service hasn’t updated to my new IP address.
Thanks, Andrew. I’ll remember that moving forward.
I was looking into this some more, trying to figure it out. I have a directory /etc/asterisk/keys/MyDeploymentID.deployments.pbxact.com/ on my server. I deleted the Let’s Encrypt certificate in the GUI. Is this directory part of the Let’s Encrypt certificate? If so, is it possible a key in that directory is still referencing my old IP address? Should I delete that directory?