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Default Certificate
#1
Recently I created myself a certificate (xxx.synology.me) signed by Let's Encrypt.  At the end of the process, I set the new certificate as default.  It made the original default certificate (synology.com) disappeared.

The questions :

1. Is there a need to retain the original default certificate (synology.com) on the NAS (DS1618+) which will valid till 2036-06-28 ?

2. How can I restore this original default certificate (synology.com) ?

Any advice, please. 

Thanks...
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#2
You dont need that cert. If you will be using it on the internet its better to have LE or any other valid cert. For your lan usage running a self signed cert will still nowdays give you a cert warning from almost all major browsers.

If you do need it, you can use the wizard and create a new selfsigned cert.
Synology DS918+ (4x4TB WD RED - RAID 5 with 2x250GB 970EVO NVMe) | Synology DS412+ (4x3TB WD RED - RAID 5) | RT1900AC
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#3
Thanks for your sharing.
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#4
Can a cert be created using dyndns’ ddns service? Initially I tried and wasn’t successful, then I created a synology.me ddns and it worked.
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#5
I think you've answered it.

Why do you need to use dyndns?

Alan
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#6
(12-04-2019, 09:54 AM)alansh Wrote: I think you've answered it.

Why do you need to use dyndns?

Alan

I have a few different ddns host names with dyndns, whereas I’m only able to have one host name through Synology.
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