Well new to Linux & cPanel I was using Windows with all manual configs of Apache, mySQL, phpmyadmin and have now switched over and trying CentOS with cPanel so far we've had 4 locks ups and had to hit the reset. And right now we are having 2 major issues that we hope someone here can help us out with. :D Fresh Clean Install of CentOS 5 with current cPanel Our Current setup Static IP = (206.XX.XXX.XXX) Host = server.mcsdomain.com NS = ns1.mcsdomain.com LAN IP = (192.168.1.101) Problem 1: This is our 1st major issue we must resolve to use cPanel one of our larger traffic customers is not working at all on this current setup. The domain, mySQL database, and phpmyadmin tables imported fine with no errors, but now all links on the home page are locked nothing happens when clicking on any of them. The site is php, ssl, and also uses session ID's. I'm not sure what the problem could be but all links have the # symble after them and it is a silent auction website and can't login either it just goes back to the home page. Problem 2: Here is the really bizarre part and it took me a really long time to get it figured out how to make it work. I sure hope you know the easy solution so we don’t have to do this every time. First when I Create a New Account it creates the account under the IP - 206.XX.XXX.XXX but if I leave the domain IP set to that IP it never resolves and just goes to our static IP domain which is mcsdomain.com. So here are the steps I had to take to making it work... 1) Once the domain is created to static IP go to "Main >> Server Configuration >> Basic cPanel/WHM Setup" and change the "Main Shared Virtual Host IP" from 206.XX.XXX.XXX to 192.168.1.101 and click save. (The reason for this is if I don't then in step 2 the local IP is not one of my options to change to) 2) Next on the "new" domain that was just created go to "Main >> Account Functions >> Change Site's IP Address" and select the domain, click change, in the new window I select the 192.168.1.101 (main shared IP) and click change. 3) Go back to "Main >> Server Configuration >> Basic cPanel/WHM Setup" and change the Main Shared Virtual Host IP from 192.168.1.101 to 206.XX.XXX.XXX and click save. (If we leave the IP on 192.168.1.101 the domains do not resolve properly and all domains just go to either the cPanel congratulations screen or our host mcsdomain.com.) 4) Now once that is all done I go into "Main >> DNS Functions >> Edit DNS Zone" select the new domain that was created click edit and manually change all local IP addresses from 192.168.1.101 to our static IP 206.XX.XXX.XXX. All I can say is HELP PLEASE! So far we love the interface and would really like to continue to use your software but without working out these bugs we just might have to go back to our Windows and manually configured our server.