Hello Guys, I bought a Virtual Private server (Linux) from GoDaddy. While purchasing I received an SSL too. Now when I access my WHM using port 2087. I noticed a security alert ( Not secure connection) do you still want to continue. Now my question is, How can I install SSL certificate on VPS?
I don't see any proper solution in that article. I hope you haven't understood my question?. I'm looking for a solution to install SSL certificate for WHM itself.
As per the article, I can install SSL certificate for shared hosting. When it comes to WHM, I don't have any idea to do it. I have raised a ticket in cPanel Community, They said, You need to ask your hosting provider to install SSL certificate on WHM.
I have reached out GoDaddy Customer support, they don't even understand my question.
Sorry I misunderstood you:
Was there anything else?
Surely, those video tutorials won't help me to resolve my issue. My concern isn't about installing SSL Certificate to a domain. In that case, I will choose AutoSSL or else Let's encrypt SSL. I want to install an SSL Certificate to WHM (WebHost Manager). Compared to the video and article, GoDaddy infrastructure notably improved. At present, I'm using cPanel & WHM version ( v 66.0.17). If you have any suggestions, provide me the best solution.
i have tried to help, obviously it's not what you need. I am unsure exactly what you mean and am not alone in this......
i suggest you hire a sysadmin because my time is not paid for here to send messages back and forth before I realise what you are asking is impossible for the hosting you have.
I suggest hiring a sysadmin or speaking with support.
Thank you for your precious time. I hope, I found it. cPanel & WHM come with a self-signed certificate. So that, we need to replace existing certificate to a new one.
Did you ever find a solution to this?
I've had a Godaddy VPS for several years and I have never found a way of fixing it. Go Daddy's support doesn't seem to comprehend what the issue is, nor does anyone else. I seem to have hit the same brick wall you did. I can't believe that we are the only people encountering this problem.
Thanks in advance.
I just spoke with Godaddy support on what I believe to be something similar except for with a dedicated server... As far as I know, you can't. WHM doesn't get an SSL because it is an IP address and it comes with a self-signed certificate. You can however, as stated in the answers by anonymous, put certificates on domains. I know this is a tad late but I figured I would put in my piece of mind for the future visitors!