SSL Certificate Installation on ISPConfig

SSL Certificate Installation on ISPConfig

នៅពេលដែលអ្នកបាន។ generated the CSR code, activated the certificate, and had it validated by the Certificate Authority, the final step is to install your SSL certificate on the hosting server to enable the secure connection.

How to Install SSL Certificate on ISPConfig

The certificate files required are typically emailed by the អាជ្ញាធរ​វិញ្ញាបនបត្រ (CA) to the administrative email address you provided during SSL activation. Alternatively, you can download the files from your 1Byte account.

Follow these steps in the ISPConfig control panel:

ជំហានទី 1

Go to the main page and click គេហទំព័រ.

ជំហានទី 2

Click on the domain name you want to install the certificate for.

ជំហានទី 3

ជ្រើសយក SSL ដែលបាន tab. There is no need to fill in the top bit you see here, as those details were only needed for the CSR generation step.

ជំហានទី 4

For the next fields (picture below), fill in the codes using this guidance:

វិញ្ញាបនប័ត្រ SSL វាល៖

  • Erase the code that is already pre-filled in this វិញ្ញាបនប័ត្រ SSL box. It is the self-signed certificate info generated along with CSR code(LINK TO CSR GUIDE), it’s not needed for the installation of the trusted certificate.
  • Paste the certificate code in. You’ll find this in zip folder you received from Certificate Authority. Open the .crt file with your computer text editor. For example in Windows 10, you’d right-click on the file, select បើក​ជាមួយ and choose Notepad.

SSL Bundle វាល៖

  • Using your text editor as explained, paste in the code from the .ca-bundle file. The code is long, but it’s important you copy all of it i.e. the information starting and ending with these tags: —–ចាប់ផ្តើមវិញ្ញាបនបត្រ—– និង —– បញ្ចប់​វិញ្ញាបនបត្រ—–).

ជំហានទី 5

ក្នុង SSL Action វាល, ជ្រើស Save certificate from the dropdown menu and click the green Save ប៊ូតុង។

All done, you did it!

You can confirm the installation status using ឧបករណ៍នេះ to make sure it’s working right.

One last thing – if you’d like to enable secure (HTTPS) connection by default, see HTTPS redirect setup process on Apache.