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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ibbaba, Jul 23, 2018.

  1. ibbaba

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    I have dedicated server (xenserver). I am running web hosting business. In my server I have Linux web server (VM), and Windows web server (VM). I need to provide the following:

    1. Domain hosting
    2. e-mail hosting
    3. Web hosting (Linux - shared, reseller, dedicated .......)
    4. Web hosting (Windows - shared, reseller, dedicated .......)
    5. VMWare hosting
    6. VPS/VDS
    7. SSL-Certificates
    8. Dedicated server
    But, according to what I have now, I cannot provide VPS/VDS, it looks like I do not have that features in my WHM.
    Why I am not able to provide VPS/VDS? How I will be able to do that, What do I need to have in my server?
     
  2. cPanelLauren

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    Hi @ibbaba

    I'm not sure I understand fully what your request is as we don't support Windows but it sounds like you're wanting to why/if you can provision VM's from inside cPanel which is not currently a feature available to cPanel as it's intended to be a server management interface for web hosting servers.

    Out of curiosity is there something that you read that gave you the impression that this was something possible from within WHM?

    Thanks!
     
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  3. ibbaba

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    My question is simple. I have Dedicated server (XenServer installed), running Web Host business. Can I provide VPS/VDS? If yes, HOW?
     
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    Infopro cPanel Sr. Product Evangelist
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    You don't use cPanel to do this. With cPanel installed on your server you can create web hosting and reseller web hosting accounts though.

    If you'd like to offer VPS servers, thats a whole other thing. I assume this is what you seek here, correct?
     
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    Yes, I need to offer VPS?
     
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    That sort of thing is outside the scope of these forums. You'll need to do some homework to get it done. Here's a similar question asked on Quora to hopefully get you going in the right direction:
    https://www.quora.com/How-can-I-build-my-own-vps
     
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