Keywords: Ghost - AWS - Technical issue - Plugins installation/configuration
bnsupport ID: efc94a49-ac1c-d0ee-e3d6-2896a5f4e03e
? Connectivity: Found possible issues https://docs.bitnami.com/general/faq/administration/use-firewall/
bndiagnostic failure reason: The suggested guides are not related with my issue
I have setup a ghost instance in AWS for bunkhouse.braxtonmccoy.com following all the prescribed recipes and ingredient but can’t figure out how to get Stripe to recognize that I have a valid Let’s Encrypt certificate. I have sought out any other advice or other tickets/forum posts for a similar issue and tried troubleshooting it myself but can’t seem to find out the issue root cause. This is a brand new AWS image and needs no current updates. Diagnostic only returned one issue related to how I have restricted 22 access (for security), which was intentional and shouldn’t be a part of the problem. The url in /opt/bitnami/ghost/config.production.json shows “ht tps://bunkhouse.braxtonmccoy .com” (spaces intentionally created due to limits on new user posts) and all the common https redirection issues seem to have been worked out, but when I login through the ghost application management interface in the “Settings” and “Membership” sections it still doesn’t allow me to integrate Stripe, saying that HTTPS hasn’t been enabled. Does anyone know what I have failed to configure correctly?