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SSL Certificates and Remote Access/DNS Pro
Commonly, a user will request to add a SSL certificate to a hostname they use via their Remote Access/DNS Pro service. Unfortunately, regardless of reason or use case, this simply is not possible.
In short, SSL Certificates are associated with the server and Common Name, not the IP address, making them incompatible with the Remote Access/DNS Pro service. You can apply SSL certificate in conjunction with other Oracle Dyn DNS services using your own registered domain, including Standard DNS and Managed DNS. All SSL configuration and management in these cases would be done without involvement of your DNS service or account and should require no additional support from Oracle Dyn.
Please note that we (Oracle Dyn) are not a SSL certificate provider.