Keywords: Moodle - AWS - Technical issue - Secure Connections (SSL/HTTPS)
bnsupport ID: a1b37b4e-0b07-cc4d-501a-a59adea37bbe
I used BNCERT to generate a certificate for my domain name through IONOS, but it didn’t work appropriately. The redirect from the domain name used the site IP address but the Moodle installation defaulted the EC2 DNS “ec2-xx-xx-xx-xx.us-east-X.compute.amazonaws.com”. I attempted to undo the BNCERT process to undo what I had done, but the httpd.conf file won’t let me restart Apache because it’s looking for the DOMAIN.crt I created, which I’ve since erased. This was totally my error, but I’m in a bind. I’ve tried restoring from several of the EC2 snapshots I have from before I started the process, but for some reason none of these are reachable, I have no idea why. I’m look for a couple of things: is there any way to restore the original Bitnami httpd.conf? The backup that BNCERT created doesn’t work correctly. Second, is there a more comprehensive step by step guide to switching Bitnami Moodle to HTTPS? I will have to begin the process again once I get the server running again. I realize this is a lot, any help is appreciated.