We ended up getting it taken care off. We had to use one of our inactive domains to our routers static IP and then generate the SSL CSR using that domain. It ended up working out alright it was just a pain to deal with because we didn't want to use a domain to our router and apparently there has been an industry wide shift for SSL CAs to not issue SSL certs for IPs anymore.
"I like to think there are three measures of a man: How much steak he can eat in one sitting, how full his mustache is and how quickly he can whittle a spear in the event of the apocalypse." - Ron Swanson
Originally Posted by Champ Kind
I believe if Jesus owned a sidearm he wouldn't have been crucified.