Upload the Certificate Bundle & private key to a directory on the Nginx server.
Edit the Nginx virtual hosts file.
Open the Nginx virtual host file for the website you are securing.
If you need your site to be accessible through both secure (https) and non-secure (http) connections, you will need a server module for each type of connection.
Make a copy of the existing non-secure server module and paste it below the original.
Add the lines shown below:
Very Important – Make sure you adjust the file names to match your certificate files:
ssl_certificate should be your primary certificate combined with the root & intermediate certificate bundle that you made in the previous step (e.g. your_domain.crt).
ssl_certificate_key should be the key file generated when you created the CSR.
sudo /etc/init.d/nginx restart
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