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which ports must be open

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by sniperscope, May 10, 2011.

  1. sniperscope

    sniperscope Well-Known Member

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    hello all
    i want to know which ports do i have to open/close for web hosting service and cpanel works properly.
     
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    wow.
    Fastest support i've ever.
    i am checking now.
    thanks
     
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    okay i checked that table.
    it says 2083 and 2087 not recommended. so what is recommended ports instead of them.
    also i have to open those ports in router or in linux itself?

    i am using yamaha rtx1100 router for managing trafficking.
     
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    Hello :)

    It actually states that ports 2082, 2086, and 2095 are not recommended because those ports do not use SSL. It's acceptable to allow these ports if you would prefer. Or, you can keep them disabled and enable the following option in "WHM Main >> Server Configuration >> Tweak Settings" under "Redirection":

    "Always redirect to SSL"

    You will need to ensure both your router and OS allow access to the required ports.

    Thank you.
     
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