Re: [Acme] Want client-defined callback port

Randy Bush <randy@psg.com> Fri, 17 April 2015 03:09 UTC

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Subject: Re: [Acme] Want client-defined callback port
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> The server (ACME client) computer may be shared between various
> administrators.  It may also have multiple DNS names and host multiple
> services.  If I use ACME to get a certificate for a non-web service,
> like a CalDAV service (default https port = 8443). I do not want to
> touch or reconfigure the web server or (whatever happens to be using
> port 443) just to get a cert for CalDAV.

can't you use DV?  you can't have your cheese and eat it too.

randy