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I created TLS via AWS private CA and cert-manager then set it in Kubernetes from this blog: TLS-enabled Kubernetes clusters with ACM Private CA and Amazon EKS

In this way we can access the application service via self-signed CA(PCA) but the browser doesn't know it. We have to add it to the browser setting manually. Is there a way to use this PCA with any other component such as Letsencrypt to be known by browser? If so, does letsencrypt + cert-manager enough to work without AWS PCA?

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