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How can I authenticate the ownership of the server without opening port 80 in letsencrypt using nginx?

You don't need alternatives, you need to educate your client that they are required to make port 80 and/or 443 available for ACME HTTP-01 challenge to proceed. Client doesn't know — client must either ...
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Seeking guidance on setting up a proxy server with DNS for specific sites

You can't proxy HTTPS sites like this unless you can create your own trusted certificates for the site you are proxying. This will require putting your own CA certificate on ALL the clients that will ...
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Certbot stopped generating certificates

You do have a redirect loop: $ curl -I HTTP/1.1 302 Found Connection: close Pragma: no-cache cache-...
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Logrotate in Debian 12

apt install nginx logrotate nginx ships with an example logrotate config dropped in. Even if it was not included, this is a very popular application and there are any number of articles posted for how ...
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