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The previous chapters Docker and Shell have included how to install the vocechat-server and apply for certificates automatically. Therefore, for most cases, you do not need to read this chapter and do it manually.

Vocechat-server supports custom certificates and supports to apply for certificate automatically.

1. Preparation

1.1 Prepare a domain name

Change A Record of domain to server IP.

1.2. Confirm that port 443 is not occupied

Checking whether port is occupied with following command:

netstat -nlpt|grep 443

2. Modify configuration

Modify config/config Toml, vocechat-server, the default bind is 3000, which is changed to 443 here

2.1 Custom certificate

If you have applied for a certificate, copy and paste the contents of the certificate.

bind = ""
domain = ""

type = "certificate"
cert = """multi lines"""
key = """multi lines"""

2.2. Automatically apply for and renew certificate

The server automatically applly for certificate and renew certificate. This method is recommended.

bind = ""
domain = ""

type = "acme_tls_alpn_01"
cache_path = "data/cert"

2.3 Self-Signed certificate

Self signed certificate, the browser side will prompt the risk, and the client can use it normally.

bind = ""
domain = ""

type = "self_signed"

3. Restart vocechat-server

docker restart vocechat-server
# or
/etc/init.d/ restart

4. Verify