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SOLVED AutoSSL and domain limits

Discussion in 'Security' started by net@work, Jan 16, 2017.

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  1. net@work

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    Hello,

    I am bit confused about the AutoSSL limit. From your documentation I read that the maximum domains that AutoSSL can secure is 200 domains.

    What is meaning 200 domains? In my server I have about 350 clients (cPanel accounts). If I make AutoSSL automatically means that only 200 clients (cPanel accounts) can have SSL and the other 150 not?

    The example of Virtual Host on your documentation I can't understand well.

    Please can explain me what is the limit of 200domains?

    Thank you!
     
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    Hello,

    Certificates that cPanel, Inc. provides through AutoSSL can secure a maximum of 200 domains per website (Apache virtual host). Certificates that Let's Encrypt™ provides can secure a maximum of 100 domains per website.

    This is not the total number of domains on the entire server, but rather per Virtual Host. We created an additional document to help explain this:

    How Your Server Handles Domains and Virtual Hosts - cPanel Knowledge Base - cPanel Documentation

    Thank you.
     
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    Thank you very much!!
     
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