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Problem connecting to Port 2082 for domain managment

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Pyro411, Jul 22, 2003.

  1. Pyro411

    Pyro411 Active Member

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    Greetings;

    Starting a few days ago or so users on the server we have were unable to connect to http://domain:2082 anymore. I went through & updated everything needing to be updated & migrated all users over to the x theme.

    I'm currently running
    RedHat 7.3 w/ Kernel 2.4.20-19.7smp
    WHM 7.2.0 cPanel 7.2.1-S85

    I was wondering. Is there something I just over looked? if any more info is needed let me know & I'll get it out to you.

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  2. cweb

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    Have you done anything to your firewall that could prevent them using port 2082? Perhaps installed an upgraded firewall and missed that prot during configuration.

    Also does port 2083 still work?

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  3. Pyro411

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    I double checked the firewall configuration & the proxy configuration. Ports 2082 2083 & 2087 are open to the server.

    When I surf to port 2082 I only get a page cannot be displayed. no return of a login prompt

    When I https to port 2083 I get the security alert but then it comes up with a page cannot be displayed

    I've tried accessing the server by going to the IP, the host name of the box & to a few of the virtual domains on the main ip

    SSH & the WHM access still work properly though.

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    ME TOO! Would a user trying to install php-nuke cause this issue?

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    I'm having a similar problem. Every few days or so 2082 returns a page cannot be displayed....

    If I delete x & x2 and then do a Cpanel update it seems to fix the problem...!?!?!

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  6. pagedeveloping

    pagedeveloping Well-Known Member

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    Here's a couple things you need to do when you are unable to access ports.

    ssh to your server and grep like this

    lsof | grep 2082

    If you do not get a TCP *:2082 (LISTEN)

    You should restart cpanel

    I find that most the times after an upgrade you need to restart cpanel.

    service cpanel stop
    service cpanel start

    You can also do the following for secure ports like 2087

    lsof | grep 2087

    again if you don't get a TCP *:2087 (LISTEN)

    you can restart stunnel /usr/local/cpanel/startstunnel

    Hope this helps!

    Pete

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    trukfixer Active Member

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    OK it's fixed.. HOWEVER..

    in regards to the above.. I had to do a locate.. and run instead /usr/sbin/lsof .... instead..

    and also.. grep | 2082.. didnt find anything.. (I assume thats what you meant) .. however restarting didnt do it..

    from another post, as advices, I ran /scripts/upcp

    and then /sbin/service cpanel restart

    and all is fine now.:)

    I found out about an hour ago that the datacenter had a power outage while doing some electrical work, so their backup generators were also offline.. right smack in the middle of cpanel doing an automatic update..:)

    Thanks for the advice.. Learn something everyday..:D

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    pingo Well-Known Member

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    I've tried everything suggested here but still can't access cpanel https://domain.com:2083 - do you have any suggestions?

    John

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  9. pagedeveloping

    pagedeveloping Well-Known Member

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    SSH to your server and enter the following command

    lsof | grep 2083

    you can also copy and paste it, then hit enter

    you should come up with something similar to this

    stunnel-4 3343 root 6u IPv4 113692090 TCP *:2083 (LISTEN)
    stunnel-4 29946 root 6u IPv4 113692090 TCP *:2083 (LISTEN)

    If nothing comes up than try the following command

    /usr/local/cpanel/startstunnel

    after that do another

    lsof | grep 2083

    to make sure it's running

    Let us know how you make out
     
    #9 pagedeveloping, Aug 11, 2003
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  10. gfisch

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    2083 can't connect

    I am running
    WHM 8.5.4 cPanel 8.5.4-R69
    RedHat 8.0 - WHM X v2.1.1

    Just today I cannot access domain:2083

    This still works
    root@host [root]# lsof | grep 2083
    stunnel-4 4000 cpanel 6u IPv4 11585 TCP *:2083 (LISTEN)
    stunnel-4 4106 cpanel 6u IPv4 11585 TCP *:2083 (LISTEN)

    Yet trying to access the page just times out

    ...

    when trying to stop and start cpanel I get this:
    Starting cPanel services: Compress::Zlib object version 1.31 does not match $Compress::Zlib::VERSION 1.22.
    [FAILED]


    .... (editing a while later)

    OK, I just updated cpanel to 8.5.4-RELEASE 72 and all is good again.
     
    #10 gfisch, Nov 15, 2003
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