migrated IPs of 2 cpanel servers, now nothing showing but cpanel page

bangsters

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Hi.

We migrated IPs of 2 servers. now we are experiencing issues. Whatever domain we try to view, it shows the cpanel default page.

How can we fix this?

Thanks
 

JawadArshad

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Hi.

We migrated IPs of 2 servers. now we are experiencing issues. Whatever domain we try to view, it shows the cpanel default page.

How can we fix this?

Thanks
It might be due to propagation. You may ensure that the site showing cPanel page are using the same IP for DNS and Apache VirtualHost and if this is the case, you can just wait for propagation. Check IP in "WHM >> Show IP Address Usage" and make sure it matches the IP you get from pinging the site at your local computer.
Your host might be able to assist you in this.
 
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Hi.

We migrated IPs of 2 servers. now we are experiencing issues. Whatever domain we try to view, it shows the cpanel default page.

How can we fix this?

Thanks
It might be due to propagation. You may ensure that the site showing cPanel page are using the same IP for DNS and Apache VirtualHost and if this is the case, you can just wait for propagation. Check IP in "WHM >> Show IP Address Usage" and make sure it matches the IP you get from pinging the site at your local computer.
Your host might be able to assist you in this.
What JPC-Howard has posted is correct; DNS propagation issues are a likely possibility. Please ensure to allow a full 24 hours for DNS propagation. Depending on the TTL values in each of the affected DNS zones the required propagation time may be different (lower or higher).