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Can't Log on to cPanel [moved]

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by katrina*, Apr 11, 2005.

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  1. katrina*

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    Can't Log on to cPanel

    I am not a host. I am a hostee wondering why I cannot log on to any cpanel in the world. First, I try http://spiralpages.com's cpanel and I cannot log on. Now, I am looking for real, professional hosts to host my domain. I found http://surpasshosting.com. They have a demo on their site and I cannot access it.

    I have already disabled the firewall on my computer, but it still won't do anything. Any recommendations on how to fix this problem? I really need to be able to access a cpanel
     
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    Talk to your host to fix the problem which might be their end.
     
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    I don't think so. and I am still not hosted. I try to log on into demo versions and I couldn't my other friends could, meaning it's not the server. Please help. suggest ways on how to fix this problem
     
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    Windows XP SP2 already have a Firewall, try to disable it.


    But i don't think that is a problem with firewall, because the port 2082 is in the Server, on your Computer the port that wil be used is the Normal 80 Port for Http.

    So, maybe it is an error of your Browser, try to install another one and test it..

    Bye
     
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    I am reviving this thread becuase I have the exact same problem:

    I cannot access any cPanel login areas on the web. ANYWHERE. But I can on other peoples internet connections.

    I have:
    Turned off my router firewall
    Turned off the Windows Firewall
    I have asked my host. They do not block any ports at all.
    I have tried it on many different computers on the same connection including a Mac.

    Nothing has fixed it. Any ideas as to what this is?
     
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    #6 Bakadesu, Sep 24, 2005
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