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cPanel 11.5.1 installation issues - CPAN currently broken?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by HorburySchool, Aug 4, 2009.

  1. HorburySchool

    HorburySchool Active Member

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    Am trying to install cPanel on a 2nd webserver so that we can shift everything from our current server to the new one...

    Box is built with FreeBSD 7.0-Release... I've got 2 options for getting onto the net: direct via ADSL, or indirect via proxy thru our LEA's connection.

    Whenever I run 'sh latest', I get to "Beginning Main Installation" then a barrel load of IP addresses go whipping past with "Unable to connect to [IP]... Skipping [IP]" and finally presents me with:

    'CPAN Currently broken. Install cannot proceed. Please see cpan.org for more details'

    I get this when using either of my 2 options to connect to the net.

    Now, via the proxy I can understand getting the above - our LEA filter the net to death - but I'm baffled as to why I'm getting issues over the ADSL connection, unless it's because a required port is currently being forwarded to our OLD webserver. What ports is traffic heading over during cPanel setup??
     
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    cPanelDavidG Technical Product Specialist

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    I recommend letting our technical analysts investigate what is causing this issue on your server: http://tickets.cPanel.net/submit
     
  3. HorburySchool

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    Support ticket submitted - ta Dave...
     
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