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Loopia DNS authentication plugin for Certbot

Project description

This allows automatic completion of Certbot’s DNS01 challange for domains managed on Loopia DNS.

Installing

$ pip install certbot-loopia

Usage

To use the authenticator you need to provide some required options:

--certbot-loopia:credentials (required)
INI file with user and password for your Loopia API user. user normally has the format user@loopiaapi.

The credential file must have the folling format:

certbot_loopia:auth_user = user@loopiaapi
certbot_loopia:auth_password = passwordgoeshere

For safety reasons the file must not be world readable. You can solve this by running:

$ chmod 600 credentials.ini

Known issues

  • Due to caching on Loopia’s side it can take up to 15 minutes before changes propagates. Therefore the plugin will wait 15 minutes before contacting the ACME server.

Changelog

Version 0.2.0

Released 21st August 2017

  • Rewrote plugin to match the implementation of certbot-dns-* plugins
  • Updated dependency requirements since the old release was completely broken for newer acme and certbot (see issue #2)

Version 0.1.0

Released 10th May 2017

  • Initial release

Disclaimer

This plugin is neither affiliated with nor endorsed by Loopia AB.

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