Do I need something special for internal network comments embedding?

I have internal network with own SSL Certificate Authority and own DNS for internal domains, and I want to host discourse at https://discourse.ourinternaldomain.com and internal blog at https://blog.ourinternaldomain.com

All of this is using domain and SSL certificates only visible from inside of this network, sadly so far I’m unable to embedded comments on blog, and I can see errors in console:
Job exception: SSL_connect returned=1 errno=0 state=error: certificate verify failed (unable to get local issuer certificate)

Did I miss something important for setup like that? Discourse itself is working fine, blog too, only embedding comments does not work.

What does your certificate chain look like? How was the install built?

Is ourinternaldomain.com invalid externally?

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Sadly I don’t really have access to data about certificate chain, but all other applications works just fine.
Domain is real but in internet in public DNS servers it only have one entry to IP to page that redirects to our public blog. But in internal network there are multiple subdomains created on our own DNS server with separate certificate by own Certificate Authority. That’s all I know.

I think that you need to add configuration for your local certificates inside the docker container.

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