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Getting onto CPanel

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by coryga, Jul 28, 2006.

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    Your best option would be to contact your host as they're best placed to determine what might be going on.
     
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    :( - so having the same problem!
     
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    for me it work fine :D . what is the excat error you get. do you get a blank page or what. if you get a blank page then your isp is blocking that port. waiting for your reply
     
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    Contact your hosting provider, its their job to provide support for you. These boards are for cPanel sysadmins.

    Unblocking the ports on your local firewall can sometimes help if access is being blocked:

    2082 = cPanel
    2083 = cPanel (Secure)

    2086 = WHM
    2087 = WHM (Secure)

    You could also try accessing it via the port, e.g. http://www.mydomain.com:2082

    - Chris
     
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    It's quite possible that the host has disabled the virtual directories for /cpanel, /webmail, and /whm. It's in the Tweak Settings section of WHM.
    As suggested, you will have to ask your host if it is enabled, and if not, could they do so.
     
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