How to access cpanel on port 2082??

misa

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Hi there All,

I know this might sound syupid but here it is anyway.

I purchased a dedicated linux server with cpanel installed on it ..


The server guy gave me user name and password and told me to access my site on https://mysiteip:2087

I can access that address but thats whm and not the cpanel i am used too..

I asked him on how can i access cpanel on port 2082 he said i can use the same username and password ..

but whenever i try to access it shows access denied..

i try to create new accont via whm too but no use .. at the same time i cant even access my server via ftp?

Can anyone help me pls.. this is very very urgent.

thanxs in advance.

misa
 

misa

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I know i cant manage my server via ftp .. but i need ftp access to upload my website files.

misa
 

Host4u2

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Did you Create a New Account (yours) via "Whm/Account Functions/Create a New Account"?

If not, do so. Then, if you use Domain Hosting (shared IPs), use the following in your FTP client:

Host: ip address
UserName: UserID
Password: ******

View via the browser: http://siteIP/~userID until the domain name resolves.

Cpanel access: http://sharedIP:2082
UserID/Password

If the new site (account) uses a unique IP address, use http://siteIP/ to view pages via the browser. http://siteIP:2082 to access the account's Cpanel.
 

misa

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I try to create account. but each time i try it throws some or other error and shows account created but when i try to access it .. no use..

man i hate whm.. i prefer cpanel then this ..

Irritated and fustrated

misa
 

eazistore

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Originally posted by misa
I try to create account. but each time i try it throws some or other error and shows account created but when i try to access it .. no use..

man i hate whm.. i prefer cpanel then this ..

Irritated and fustrated

misa
Hi msia,

Have you created a package name?
Example 100MB or 200MB and so on.

After creating those package, you should be able to create a new account with the package you have just created.

Rgds,
Vincent
 

misa

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thanxs again..

Somehow i was able to create a user account.. i wonder how but i did it :).

now i can access the cpanel on port 2082..

but i have now new problem..

it shows this message under mysql tab.

The cPanel Users File does not exist: /var/cpanel/users/admin / unlimited


how do i fix it ??

thanxs again

misa