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WHM or cPanel not connecting after Restart

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by happydj, Dec 27, 2005.

  1. happydj

    happydj Member

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    The topic question says it all really.

    I paid someone to install and configure WHM and cPanel installation for me. I have done a reboot of the server - and now even thouch apache is running and the website works - I just get connection timed out when i try to connect to the servers IP/whm or any website/cpanel

    I have even tried connecting via the port numbers - still with no luck!

    Any ideas what could be wrong and more important - how to fix it?
     
  2. aby

    aby Well-Known Member

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    Are you able to acess it using the ports ie 2082 for the cpanel and 2086 for the WHM. ?
     
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    bijo Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    Did you try to restart the cpanel service?. If not restart it and then try, May be it will help you.
     
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  4. happydj

    happydj Member

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    I have maged to fix it.

    Just in case anyone else has this problem - SSH as root, then type:

    iptables -F

    Thanks to everyone for there suggestions
     
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    Try restarting the Cpanel service :-
    service cpanel restart
    It should fix the problem. Also if you are the only one facing the problem to connect to Cpanel, check with your ISP whether he has blocked the WHM/Cpanel ports.
     
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    RizyDeWino Well-Known Member

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    For Shekhar : He did 'iptables -F' (Delete all rules from all chains) to solve his problem , which mean his ports were blocked on his local server , so no need to check at ISP.
     
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    Sorry 'RizyDeWino' for my post. I didnt read 'happydj's' post correctly. Will take care next time. Thanks :)
     
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