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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by peterboy, Oct 5, 2006.

  1. peterboy

    peterboy Registered

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    Hi,
    When we click on "Show ip address usage" in whm . We get result something like this.


    193.213.12.31
    www.check.com
    www.dgw534534.com
    www.dsfsdfs.com
    www.exyz.com
    www.weewsa.com
    www.a.com
    193.213.12.32
    www.eye.com
    193.213.12.33
    www.xyz.com
    193.213.12.34
    www.xyz.com
    193.213.12.35
    www.xyz.com
    193.213.12.36
    www.xyz.com



    Q) What is the purpose to ask this question?
    A) When someone visit ip htttp://193.213.12.31 it will show 1st hosted website www.check.com , And i dont wana display any website when someone visit by ip http://193.213.12.31

    I can do this by adding any temp account for example www.a.com before www.check.com , so when someone will visit it will show files of www.a.com account , I will put cpanel page in www.a.com .

    1) Now i just want to ask you where are these records written ? i mean in which file?
    2) It is my idea i can show cpanel page on 193.213.12.31 , Do you have any other idea how i can do this?

    Regards,
    Peter
     
  2. anushkumar

    anushkumar Well-Known Member

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    Hi,

    Seems a bit confusing, but let me answer it the way I understood.

    A) I think you have not assigned a shared IP address for the server and when you create a new account, assign it to the shared IP address. So accessing the shared IP address always takes you to cpanel page which is located under /etc/httpd/htdocs/ directory


    You can place any file replacing the cpanel file there under the htdocs directory
     

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