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/var/cpanel/domainfwdip

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  1. haswalt

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    Anyone got an example of formatting of this file?

    I changed the forwarding setting in tweak settings and as such now can't access cpanel or whm (was having issues with connecting and logging in i was attempting to fix) Now i assume i jsut need to re-enable this setting by creating teh file /var/cpanel/domainfwdip and adding the free system ips in there.

    Anyone?

    Harry
     
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    bump....


    Anyone just got a formatting example or a location of config files so i can fix this issues.
     
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    I could not find anything about forwarding in tweak settings. I do not have a file called domainfwdip anywhere on any of the servers. Can you clarify your issue?

    Have you looked in /etc/wwwacct.conf
     
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  4. haswalt

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    It's under tweak settings, and a set of three checkboxes, automatically create webmail.* cpanel.* whm.*, allow users to create subdomains opf webmail.* etc...

    Harry
     
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    Are you using rvskin on that server by chance?
     
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    nope.

    Although i did have rvskin on the old server before transfering my accounts.

    Could that cause problems?

    Harry
     
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    Not sure. But like rhenderson, I don't have that file on my server. Being that rvskin adds features to cPanel, it just sounded to me like this file might be from that.

    But, I do not think files from that directory are moved when an account is transfered.
     
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    This file is used for the Domain Forwarding feature, not for the redirect tweak setting.
     
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