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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by nOon, Jan 28, 2010.

  1. nOon

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    Hi i have an architecture with many dns and postfix and it's difficult to manage this so i make a vm with cpanel and whm but it seems whm permit only to manage the server where it was install.
    Have you a solution to integrate cpanel with an infrastructure? Or cpanel is only for standalone server?
    Thanks for answers
     
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    Hi , it is possible for c panel to manage an existing bind on an other server or c-panel permit just manage the local DNS (and i have to put my existing dns in slave mode)?
     
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    It is not possible to control an existing third-party system using cPanel and WHM; however, using cPanel/WHM on new OS installations will allow you to host both DNS and mail services on the same server. For greater DNS redundancy I recommend utilizing a DNS clustering setup between cPanel and cPanel DNS ONLY servers. DNS clustering in cPanel may be configured via WHM. For standalone DNS servers in the cluster I would consider using cPanel DNS ONLY; both cPanel and cPanel DNS ONLY may be setup in the same DNS cluster configuration.

    For additional reference I recommend the following resources:
    Related Server Software - cPanel Inc.
    System Requirements - cPanel Inc.
    Guide to DNS Cluster Configuration
     
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    Ok so if i want use c-panel it's a new independant installation.
    Thanks for answer.
     
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