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Multiple Server Configuration

Discussion in 'Data Protection' started by neverabe, Jun 7, 2013.

  1. neverabe

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    Thank you for your help, i think the problem was due to my ip addresses not pointing to the name servers in my domain management, the other issue was changing A entry for the nameservers in the Basic cPanel & WHM setup. Thanks.


    Now i want to use more than one server so if you have some information about configure more than one server, i think that i can use databases in one server without cpanel, email in other without cpanel and manage this server with my main server with cpanel, correct me if i am wrong and give me some documentation i will appreciate it. I dont know if i need to open a new thread with this subject tell me if this is necessary.

    Greetings
     
  2. cPanelMichael

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    Hello :)

    I moved this response into it's own thread.

    1. You can setup a remote MySQL server and then configure your cPanel server to use it via:

    "WHM Home >> SQL Services >> Setup Remote MySQL Server"

    This is documented at:

    Setup Remote MySQL Server

    2. You can setup a remote server for email purposes, and then modify the MX records for your domain names to use the remote email server. There is no support with cPanel that will allow a direct connection with the remote email server. Thus, all email account creations and activity must occur on the remote email server.

    Thank you.
     
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