I don’t see port 443 when I run
nestat -tulpn . I checked with DigitalOcean and Cloudflare and there is no firewalls…
This is what I see :
Checking your domain name . . .
WARNING:: This server does not appear to be accessible at forum.lepeuplier.ca:443.
A connection to port 80 succeeds, however.
This suggests that your DNS settings are correct,
but something is keeping traffic to port 443 from getting to your server.
Check your networking configuration to see that connections to port 443 are allowed.
Google: “open ports YOUR CLOUD SERVICE” for information for resolving this problem.
You should probably answer “n” at the next prompt and disable Let’s Encrypt.
This test might not work for all situations,
so if you can access Discourse at http://forum.lepeuplier.ca, you might try anyway.
Does this look right?
Hostname : forum.lepeuplier.ca
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
SMTP address : smtp.mailgun.org
SMTP port : 2525
SMTP username : email@example.com
SMTP password : password
Let’s Encrypt : firstname.lastname@example.org