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Is there a way to shut off the non-ssl ports? 2082, 2086, 2095

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by BianchiDude, Sep 10, 2010.

  1. BianchiDude

    BianchiDude Well-Known Member
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    Is there a way to shut off the non-ssl ports? 2082, 2086, 2095

    I know I can block them with a firewall, but is there a way to get them to not startup at all?
     
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    It is better to block it in firewall .
     
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    Greetings from Greece,

    WHM -> Tweak Settings -> Security -> Require SSL for all remote logins to cPanel, WHM and Webmail. This setting is recommended.

    When someone visits a non-ssl port (like 2095) will get the following message:

    SSL encryption is required for access to this server.

    Log in using SSL. (a link to the SSL login).
     
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    What gvard said is correct. Also, to make sure that users are directed to the correct ports when they use the /cpanel, /whm and /webmail redirects, you can set the following in Main >> Server Configuration >> Tweak Settings: Always redirect users to the ssl/tls ports when visiting /cpanel, /webmail, etc.
     
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