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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by SertacBayir, Jul 13, 2006.

  1. SertacBayir

    SertacBayir Registered

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    Verification Server: verify.cpanel.net
    Verification Ip Address:
    Auth Server: auth.cpanel.net
    Auth Ip Address:
    License Hostname: showmedya.showmedya.com
    Main Shared Ip: 67.159.26.10
    Main Server Ip: 67.159.26.10
    License Version:
    System Id: c82762942be2
    System Time: Thu Jul 13 20:55:00 2006
    Current Time: (License File Invalid)

    My licence is active ( Controlled verify.cpanel.net ) But i cant connect WHM. What can i do ?
     
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    What does happen when you try?
     
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    Cpanel is refreshing itself with this message :

    Verification Server: verify.cpanel.net
    Verification Ip Address:
    Auth Server: auth.cpanel.net
    Auth Ip Address:
    License Hostname: showmedya.showmedya.com
    Main Shared Ip: 67.159.26.10
    Main Server Ip: 67.159.26.10
    License Version:
    System Id: c82762942be2
    System Time: Thu Jul 13 20:55:00 2006
    Current Time: (License File Invalid)
     
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    I'm not so sure how important this one is, but it should be the case regardless. And if it's not obvious, local and remote name resolution should match (unless the server is going through NAT). You can also check the server's public IP address using cPanel's IP chicken:

    root@spaceboy [~]# curl cpanel.net/myip/
    x.x.x.x


    [root@showmedya(/usr/local/cpanel)]# curl cpanel.net/myip/
    curl: (6) Couldn't resolve host 'cpanel.net'

    How can I solve this problem ?
     
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    What do you have in /etc/resolv.conf?

    It, quite likely, should be something along the lines of:

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    nameserver a
    nameserver b
    nameserver c
    Where a, b and c are IP addresses:

    a: your server IP
    b and c: resolver IPs provided by your data centre.
     
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    Thanks for your help webignition. I solved problem :)

    Good works.
     
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