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Wiki URL: <>

Your custom domain: <>

Do you want Let's Encrypt: <No.>
How should I act now?

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Unknown Object (User) added a comment.Jan 1 2021, 14:47

Hello, just to verify, you do not want to use Let's Encrypt? If that's the case, you'll have to purchase your own certificate, if you do want let's Encrypt then there is not much else you'll need to do but the cname record for Miraheze.

I don’t know what it is or how it should work. I have a domain that I purchased with hosting services and I have a SSL certificate. I changed the name servers to "" and "". I'll take the easiest way to do this, so if I need to, I can take that Let's Encrypt as well.

Fastest and easiest way is LE. Actually, your hosting provider also uses Let's Encrypt.

It is automated, so unlike tasks like T6666: change authoritative SSL domain for reviwikiwiki, various ping-pong circling around HTTPS is automatically solved. You don't need to pay money either. (I pay around $6 to 9 per year.)

So. What do I need to do now? Do I need to send an SSL certificate somewhere?

Apparently you already received an SSL certificate here:
Good thing. Do I need to do anything else?

No, 3857647776 is from your old hosting provider. Miraheze system currently do not have any certificate issued to your domain.

If you want to use Lets' Encrypt, there is nothing for you to do. Folks from Miraheze will take care of the request.

You just need to remove any existing entry to ( in your DNS server, and create CNAME record and point to Currently it is not pointing Miraheze.

Made! What's happening now?

Unknown Object (User) added a comment.Jan 2 2021, 05:00

Someone will get to your request as soon as possible. In the meantime please be patient.

Are you wanting let's encrypt or not?

In T6677#131405, @Zppix wrote:

Are you wanting let's encrypt or not?

Yes, i want.

Custom domain set.

Yes, thank you! How else can I connect that Megawiki ( to my other wiki So this is probably a sitelink. Will it succeed anymore?