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Unable to issue a Let's Encrypt certificate for a domain in Plesk when SSL/TLS support is disabled

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    soufianejayden

    hello Plesk how you doing , i have issue in my web site  i couldn't activate ssl

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello soufianejayden

    This error means that Let's Encrypt server is unable to resolve your domain. Make sure it's resolvable from the Internet.

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    soufianejayden

    take a look the problem still going

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello soufianejayden

    Your website is resolvable to the IP address from the network 192.168.1.x. 

    This IP address is private and isn't accessible from the global network.

    To resolve the issue, set up the public IP and make sure that public IP will be in A record of your domain.

    P.S.: I've removed the screenshot from your response as it contains private data.

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