I have been having a problem with the installation of my SSL certificate in my domain librerianacional.com but it has been impossible because I get the error: Certificate Private key not match certificate.
Does this have to do with the conversion of the .crt and .pem files?
OK, you’ll need to work with godaddy on that - we don’t know anything about their certs and we can’t change them for you or help you debug conversions you’ve done or what format they have sent you What I know is that you need what is described here: HTTPS (SSL) | Netlify Docs
and you will want these things (with example formats shown :))
the certificate itself, in X.509 PEM format (usually a .crt file)
This should start with something like:
and end with something like:
the private key you used to request the certificate
Should start with something like:
-----BEGIN PRIVATE KEY-----
and end with:
-----END PRIVATE KEY-----
a chain of intermediary certificates from your Certificate Authority (CA)
This should be a single file, but may be several certificates concatenated together in the file, looking like:
and ending with
(note there may be many similar stanzas in the same file, or only one; both ways can be valid).
I just wanted to follow up here and let you know that as a result of your question, we have written a support guide outlining tips for bringing your own custom SSL certificates to Netlify. Thanks for starting this conversation back in February. Hopefully future Forums members who find themselves in a similar situation will find this useful!