cPanelMichael

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Hello :)

Your web hosting provider should have presented you with an IP address or hostname to use for accessing cPanel. You should also ensure you modify the name servers for your domain name at the registrar if you have yet to do so.

Thank you.
 

mahesh123

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Nov 2, 2013
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my server ip 10.0.0.12
my server name cpanel.domain.com

i used url 10.0.0.12:2087

after login cpanel ..i create account i give username password package email ..
after send to client ..email but client cpanel url we not getting ..
this problem...
please help ..

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my server ip 10.0.0.12
my server name cpanel.domain.com

i used url 10.0.0.12:2087

after login cpanel ..i create New account i give username password package email ..
click submit button ..successful create client account ...the client Email not receiving the client cpanel url,user name passwords.......
his problem...
please help ..
 

ravi9

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my server ip 10.0.0.12
This seems to be your internal / private IP.
Please contact your server provider to get public IP of your server.

You can also see your public IP on which you have create new account after create new cPanel account. After creating new account WHM will show you something like this:
+===================================+
| New Account Info |
+===================================+
| Domain: domain.com
| Ip: 111.111.111.111 (n)
| HasCgi: y
| UserName: username
| PassWord: ######
| CpanelMod: x3
| HomeRoot: /home
| Quota: 1000 Meg
| NameServer1: ns1.host.com
| NameServer2: ns2.host.com
| NameServer3: ns3.host.com
| NameServer4: ns4.host.com
| Contact Email: [email protected]
| Package: Package Name
| Feature List: default
| Language: en
+===================================+
So, your account public IP is 111.111.111.111
And your cPanel login url will be 111.111.111.111/cpanel


my server name cpanel.domain.com
This is your server hostname.


Please follow these steps for proper functioning of websites on your server.
1) Get nameserver address for your server. You should contact your hosting provider for this. It should be in format:

ns1.yourdomain.com
ns2.yourdomain.com

If you do not have nameserver setup for your server, you should first setup nameserver. Please refer to this post:
http://forums.cpanel.net/f5/critical-error-unable-connect-server-371961.html#post1501101


2) Create new account on any domain.com from WHM

3) After creating account, set nameserver of your domain.com to:
ns1.yourdomain.com
ns2.yourdomain.com

wait for few hours for DNS propagation. It should take 2-6 hours.
 

mahesh123

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Nov 2, 2013
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Server Configurations Deatils

hi........

my WHM&Cpanel configuration completed....
after it is necessary or not configuration individual server [dns,http,smtp,pop3/imap,ftp,Sql server] ...

if it is necessary ......

how to add the these server's .......... please help me....



i am fresher
 

JaredR.

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Re: Server Configurations Deatils

cPanel includes all of the services that you mentioned. You do not need to install or configure them separately. All you need to do is start creating accounts and all of those services will be configured appropriately, automatically, when you create each account.

You may find our documentation helpful. It is comprehensive and completely searchable:

All Documentation
 

mahesh123

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Nov 2, 2013
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WHM Cpanel ip problem...

Dear sir /madam


i want give name server ips different network ...

using public ips

nameserver ip1: 11.x.x.15
nameserver ip2: 150.x.x.15

dis time cpanel work properly are not ..please help ...


i am fresher
 

ravi9

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Oct 31, 2013
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@mahesh123,
As I can see you are a total newbie related to server management.

I suggest you to:
1) Upgrade / transfer to a fully managed cPanel server.

2) Hire a server administrator to setup these settings on your server.

3) Ask for support from your hosting provider. Generally all hosting provider help with these basic things.

4) Contact cPanel support https://tickets.cpanel.net/
cPanel support is great, and it comes free with your cPanel licence.

5) It looks like you are from India. PM me your mobile number, I may help little bit.

6) Start learning cPanel. You can start from video tutorials:
cPanel Video Tutorials


Cheers :)
 

aecomtec

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Better to check the name server and replace it with your hosting server name and add client website in your cPanel account list then wait for approval then try for whois.net or any other which you know better, it will show changed name server then you can start... :)