How-To

How to Add a Custom SSL Certificate

If you have an SSL certificate you want to use for QUIC.cloud, instead of generating a new one, you can add your current one. Adding a custom certificate in QUIC.cloud is easy and can be done in a matter of minutes.

First, start by signing in. Homepage QUIC.cloud

After logging in, you will be shown the main client page.

Choose A Domain QUIC.cloud

Add/Choose A Domain

If the domain you want the custom certificate added to is already on the dashboard, select it and then skip to the Input Custom Certificate section of this tutorial. If you need to add the domain, click on “[A] + Add Domain”.

Input Domain QUIC.cloud

Once you add the domain name, hit “Next”

You will be brought to a page to set the domain IP and SSL.

Set Domain IP&SSL QUIC.cloud-New IP

Make sure the Auto Certificate is set to Off.

Click “Next”.

Update CNAME Records QUIC.cloud

Click “Manage ‘Domain’ setting”.

That will bring you to the main Domain Overview Page.

Domain Overview QUIC.cloud

Input Custom Certificate

Click “[E] Edit” in the top right corner. On that next page (the Edit Domain page) input the Certificate, the Private Key, and the Certificate Chain.

Insert Certificates&Private Key QUIC.cloud

Scroll down and click “Update”.

Update Domain Overview QUIC.cloud

That should bring you back to the Domain Overview page.

Check it's Working

Now that the custom certificate has been added, make sure to check that it is working correctly.

Go to the website with the domain you just added.

Check the URL bar next to the domain name for a lock symbol.

URL Bar QUIC.cloud

Click the lock.

Connection is Secure QUIC.cloud

You should see a box stating the connection is secure.

Next, click “Certificate (Valid)”.

Certificate QUIC.cloud

Make sure the “Issued by” and “Valid from” information is correct.

If everything looks good, that means you have added the custom certificate successfully!