LSLB | Let’s Encrypt

POSTED ON 24 October, 2023

SKUDONET Application Delivery Controller (ADC) can be used to manage Let’s Encrypt certificates. Let’s Encrypt is a free, open, and automated certificate authority (CA) that provides digital certificates proving a site’s authenticity and encryption.

SKUDONET ADC uses the ACME protocol to communicate with Let’s Encrypt and obtain certificates for hosts (e.g.,

Let’s simply say, SKUDONET ADC can make it easy to get and install free SSL certificates from Let’s Encrypt, which can help you secure your website or web application.

Certificate list details:

Common Name (CN): The fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of the server that the certificate is valid for. For example,,, or
Issuer: The certificate authority (CA) that signed the certificate.
Domains: The domain(s) that are certified by the CA.
Status: The current status of the certificate, indicated by a color:

  • Green: The certificate is valid.
  • Yellow: The certificate will soon expire and is pending renewal.
  • Red: The certificate has expired.
  • Orange: The certificate is waiting for approval from Let’s Encrypt.
  • Gray: The certificate is invalid.

Autorenewal: This checkbox is enabled if the wild card certificate is enabled.
Creation: The date the certificate is issued.
Expiration: The date the certificate expires.
Actions: The following actions are available for each certificate:

  • Create certificate: Shows a form used to create the certificate.
  • Delete: Deletes the certificate from the local storage and the remote Let’s Encrypt certificate authority.

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