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HOW-TO: cPanel Proxy 0.4.1

Discussion in 'cPanel Developers' started by projectandrew, Jul 2, 2004.

  1. projectandrew

    projectandrew Well-Known Member

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    HOW-TO: cPanel Proxy 0.4.1

    "cPanel Proxy, written by Niels Anderson, allows access to cPanel, WHM & Webmail via port 80, so that users who are normally unable to access cPanel through the pre-configured ports (2082, 2083, 2086, 2087, 2095, 2096) because of firewall or proxy restrictions, can still get access. More information on cPanel Proxy can be found at http://cpanelproxy.net/."

    "This HOW-TO will guide you through installing cPanel Proxy for all domains on your server, without having to manually install the script into each domain. At the time of writing, the latest version of cPanel Proxy is 0.4.1."

    http://unofficial-support.com/node/view/50
     
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    First, thanks for the how-to, very easy to follow...

    Now...
    I followed it to the t and it isn't working for me...
    any sugestions?


    Thanks,
    Mike
     
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    is it working for any of your domains? Have you added the entries into httpd.conf, and into the dns records of each domain that already exists?
     
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    Don't know what the problem was last night but it works this morning...
    Last night I restarted bind & apache, I also cleared cookies and cache in my pc and no luck. This morning it works!!

    Thanks for you help and a great tutorial...

    Mike
     
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