Vestacp how to disable ssl on the panel?

Good time of day.
Will tell you in short, I decided to put on your recently preset server Debian hosting control panel (For friends and personal use)
So as you know in the control panel there is no possibility to remove the SSL certificate (with the panel).
To me this safety is in principle not necessary, well not necessary all.
The only thing I tried to remove in the server settings (admin panel, I attach the screenshot)
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But there is not removed if you delete the data and keep out, tried to remove the certificates in the file system - downhill.
In General, a complete paragraph, please help.

System: Debian 8
Web: Nginx + PHP5-fpm
VestaCP 0.9.8 (amd64) Release 17.
August 19th 19 at 23:16
1 answer
August 19th 19 at 23:18
Solution
I the protection is not removed, but rather put a normal certificate from Let's Encrypt.
If you are interested in - tell me how.


You need to improve the config
/usr/local/vesta/nginx/conf/nginx.conf
Namely:
server {
...
 ssl on;
...
}

After that you need to perform a restart VestaCP
service vesta restart
If you are interested in - tell me how.

Please tell me. - lola_Joh commented on August 19th 19 at 23:21
:
Need to allocate any domain name to the panel. For example "server2.mysite.com".

Once you are sure that the address panel will open on your port, you need some kind of user such as admin, to make a web domain "server2.mysite.com".
Aliases, templates, statistics - to taste. As raisins in the cake need to tick the box "SSL Support" and "Support Lets Encrypt".

Next you need to make sure that "https://server2.mysite.com" opens with a valid certificate.

If everything is OK, then you need some way, for example, by ssh, a little pokoldovat with the contents "/usr/local/vesta/ssl".
Personally, I rename the existing files by adding ".bak", but you can remove.
And in their place, make a symbolic link:
certificate.crt "/home/admin/conf/web/ssl.server2.mysite.com.crt"
certificate.key "/home/admin/conf/web/ssl.server2.mysite.com.key"


When this is done, only need to run "service vesta restart" and make sure that everything is fine. Well, add "service vesta restart" in a cronjob about once a month.

True for Vesta 0.9.8, release 17. Similarly, you can work some magic and with ISPmanager. - Ila_Will29 commented on August 19th 19 at 23:24

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