- Feb 8, 2013
- cPanel Access Level
- Root Administrator
That's what I thought too, that the basic setup is all you need to edit and it should work right after you "click Save Changes at the bottom and no errors are displayed." In fact, i can clearly remember it's the first thing i tried. Searching this forum and others with Google showed up such basic how-to so I tried and tried. No luck though.Basic Setup should work all the time. Are you sure you clicked Save Changes at the bottom and no errors were displayed?
If you are talking about nameservers on that page: The root account’s default nameservers used when root creates an account.
Anyway, glad you have solved it. Good luck.
Only the procedure on how to change primary ip as seen on Codero did worked for me. codero.com knowledge base :: How to change the primary IP addres of a WHM/cPanel server
Thanks to you and to quietFinn for all the replies.
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But you do have an entry for your FQDN, right? Where is it?I don't understand what you mean by "maindomain". In a dedicated server (or VPS) there is not such a thing as "main domain".
I do not have a DNS zone for the hostname of the server, instead I always have the A record for the hostname in the DNS zone of the hostname's domain.
Yours is a very interesting setup then. I believe it's OK, considering you claimed that you manually setup your A record. If it works for you, no problem.