cant addon domains and park domains in cpanel

Nicolas.Wang

Registered
Jul 17, 2009
3
0
51
I rent a dedicated server with WHM/Cpanel.

The cpanel returns as follows:
1.Adding Parked Domain:
There was a problem creating the parked domain. Show Details

Error from park wrapper: Sorry, you are not allowed to add any more than (0) parked domains!


2.Addon Domains:
Addon Domain Additions
There was a problem creating the addondomain. Show Details

Sorry, you are not allowed to add any more than (0) addon domains! The domain below was not setup!

Is there any options for it in WHM?
Thx!
 

logicsupport

Well-Known Member
Jun 5, 2007
138
0
166
Hi,

" Error from park wrapper: Sorry, you are not allowed to add any more than (0) parked domains! "

In WHM you should have Packages listed on the left hand side, simply Edit the Package the account is on, and change the number of park/addon domains alowed.

Or

You can edit the account from WHM as follows

WHM Main >> Account Functions >> Modify an Account , here you can set the
Max Parked Domains and Max Addon Domains

Hope this helps
 

Nicolas.Wang

Registered
Jul 17, 2009
3
0
51
BTW, after addon or park domains, how to set the DNS server address?
WHM IP ,Cpanel IP or DNS server of server provider?
 

Spiral

BANNED
Jun 24, 2005
2,018
8
193
BTW, after addon or park domains, how to set the DNS server address?
WHM IP ,Cpanel IP or DNS server of server provider?
Cpanel automatically sets up the DNS entry when you park the domain!

The only thing you may need to do is go to the registrar where the domain
was purchased and change the DNS servers listed for the domain to
the ones operated by your Cpanel server.

You don't know your Cpanel DNS server addresses?

If you are setting up hosting accounts and have not setup your DNS
for the server then you got other issues since that should have been
done first before setting up any hosting accounts!

Basically in a nutshell, whatever domain you are using as your primary
domain. Usually the same as the hostname but not necessarily, you
would go to your registrar and register the DNS servers using 2 of
the IP addresses at your server (usually the shared IP plus 1 other)
and then use those same DNS hosts you create on your domain as
the DNS server addresses for any other domain you add to the server.

If setup correctly, you never really have to ever touch DNS much other
than to simply update the DNS server addresses for new domains being
added to the server and nothing more. All your DNS zone files and entries
are setup automatically when you create the accounts in Cpanel.