Renew SSL certificate of a website behind a proxy

OS type and version: Ubuntu 20.04.2
Webmin version: 1.973
Virtualmin version: 6.16
Related products version: TimeTrex Community 12.7.5

Hello. I have got a virtual manchine with a TimeTrex running in it (note that it is installed in other computer different to the one who runs virtualmin). It is running ok. In virtualmin I made a proxy to route the domain “” to the private ip who has TimeTrex installed. So if I go to a internet browser and and enter to the web site runs well.

It runs well… except for the auto-renew of let’s encrypt certificate. When I need to renew the certificate, i have to go to server configuration - edit site proxy, and disable the proxy. Then, I need to renew the certificate manually in Server configuration - manage ssl certificate, and then enable the proxy again.

Is there any way to renew this certificate automaticly? Perhaps a bash script that do all this things for me?


I’m still thinking about how to solve this trouble. Anybody knows how to do a bash script to made a auto-renew of the certificate?

Nobody knows how to solve it? I’m pretty sure that I’m not the only one with this trouble.

are you gpl or pro?

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