I have a domain properly setup with my server and also the dns zones and all that are working flawlessly. If I connect normally with http://example.tld it works without any problems how ever when I tried to connect to https://example.tld/dav I realized it won’t load no matter how long I waited. I then opened the page manually and saw that this is because if I enter https it for some reason doesn’t load the contents off example.tld but instead the default server, which in this case is ns2.host.example.tld. I have no idea why it does this. The cert is from lets encrypt, I tried it with wildcard and without it, both requests where successful. I tried rebooting my VPS with no change, I even temporarily suspended the default server, result was the page not loading with https at all, giving ssl error record to long. At this point I have no idea what to do anymore.
edit: why was my post flagged as spam? I mean example.tld and example2.tld are obviously not my server names. To clear up confusion, it is just a placeholder, my real domain names are different.
@stefan1959 I do not have an idea - used to seen those but not any more
Well that is great question for virtualmin staff ( but I guess its due to keywords sey ,se etx… just replace * with x)… anyway lets focus on OP issue, shall we? I think he uses ipv6 as domain ends xx*.tk which means those are excluded from letsencrypt… now I have no idea if that is true or false but I believe those are not included due to scams etc…
@fhprod if you have an ip who flagged you just send it to virtualmin staff or mentioned them with ‘@ staff’ together without space between @ and staff words and they will look at it and they will solve it for you. I am sorry about it.