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WHM gives new account IP

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Fjeddy, Mar 27, 2008.

  1. Fjeddy

    Fjeddy Member

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    Hey,

    I have the issue with my clients that host cPanel licenses with me, when i install cPanel on CentOS 4 or CentOS 5 then everything works just perfectly fine!

    I go trough the normal setup and do like i am suposed to! When i have upgraded to php5, mysql5 installed Cgi, Curl, OpenSSL and all this trough Apache Update!

    No Errors yet....

    But, when i create a new account, then the new account is automaticly given or points to the IP, so when you visit the main shared IP then you can see the content of the public_html folder of the very first account that created!

    I have tried many several things, but i cant figure out why it points the account / ip towards the IP! When i change the main IP inside HyperVM then the new cpanel account points to the new main IP!

    Any solution on this?

    Thanks,
    Freddy
     
  2. mbd5882

    mbd5882 Well-Known Member

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    yeh i got this EXACT same problem yesterday when i had just got my new server setup.
    I created my first test account and it was given the main server IP, i tried all sorts of things but it wouldnt go away.
    I have two ip addresses, main one, assigned to nameserver 1 and another one assigned to nameserver 2
    hope someone can help us on this :)

    regards,
    jake
     
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    mbd5882 Well-Known Member

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    anyone? :(
     
  4. jthomas

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    i guess i just double posted .. however i am having the same exact problem.
     
  5. RSCChris

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    Are you doing shared hosting? make sure under server config -> Basic cPanel/WHM Setup, that you have the main shared IP configured.
     
  6. mbd5882

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    yeh the shared ip is setup
    but this gets given to the first account still
     
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