Ok, so I’m setting up a second Hestia box (yay for me), but running into problems whenever trying to add a LE SSL certificate. I’ve read all the other forum posts about this error message, but not finding anything that fits the problem.
So far I’ve gotten the host SSL working using v-add-letsencrypt-host from SSH. I’ve added a few websites, each with their own DNS records but initially without SSH until the nameservers have updated. When editing the website record and attempting to add SSL via Let’s Encrypt, I’m getting ‘DNS record for doesn’t exist’ for every domain, including those with mail enabled where I’m trying to add SSL for mail too.
Given I didn’t hit these problems with the first Hestia box I set up last week (exactly same hardware / software spec), I’m wondering whether the DNS is somehow corrupt? Each domain definitely has a full set of DNS records on the same server.
The host DNS record is setup as child-ns and all the others are default. All sites are under the admin account. Could that be the issue?