Secure Docker Daemon with wild card domain certificate
I tried to secure my Docker daemon concerning https://docs.docker.com/engine/security/https/ but they generate a new CA. Is there a way to use my own wildcard domain certificate? I already generated a .csr and signed it. How can I tell docker deamon to accept certificates signed by my CA? Thanks for help :)
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