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How Do I Add An IPv6 Range Through WHM?

Before you can assign individual and specific IPv6 addresses to users you must first define the range they are in. A range of addresses is a cluster of a few IPv6 addresses. Through this function in WHM you’ll be able to add, edit and delete the ranges you want. Follow this guide to set up the ranges for IPv6.   Adding An IPv6 Range Through WHM Step 1: Login to your WHM account Step 2: Head to Home > IP Functions. You can select IP Functions from the available home menu or locate within the available organized columns on the…

Selecting A PHP Handler In WHM

possible but you’re unable to know which user ran the script.   How To Install Additional PHP Handlers To install additional PHP handlers you’ll need to use WHM’s EasyApache 3 tool, and install the Apache module for the handler through EasyApache. In WHM, head to Home > Software > EasyApache3 or EasyApace4 (depending on what version you may be running)   Upon completion of the build, EasyApache 3 will configure PHP and suEXEC for you automatically.   Helpful Related Articles How To Change PHP Version Per Domain cPanel And WHM Overview Apache Configuration In WHM Guide Definition Of WHM Functions…

Restarting a Service in WHM

group or directly choose the service you want to reset Inside the service click yes to confirm restarting the selected service     You can restart the following services: FTP Server (ProFTPd/PureFTPd) Mail Server (Exim) HTTP Server (Apache) DNS Server (BIND/NSD/MyDNS) SQL Server (MySQL) IMAP Server Mailing List Manager (Mailman) SSH Server (OpenSSH)   Please be informed that WHM is only available for our Linux VPS tiers, provided you have a purchased and active CPanel/WHM license   Helpful Related Articles cPanel Minimum Requirements cPanel And WHM Overview Definition Of WHM Functions How To Get Started With Your New cPanel Server…

How to Change Your Hostname in WHM

to you to create an A record for the hostname so that it can be reached over the internet:   Clicking the Add an A entry for your hostname button will take you to the following page:   Simply verifying the IP in the textbox is the correct IP for your server and clicking Add Entry will set the A record for your hostname.   Related Articles cPanel and WHM Overview Definition of WHM Functions How to Change Your Hostname in Linux How to Change Your Hostname in Virtualmin How to Stop cPanel/WHM from Automatically Redirecting to the Server Hostname…

How To Change Root Password in WHM

This guide will walk you through how to change your root password for WHM. Step One: Log into WHM   You can access WHM Using YourServer’sIPAddress/WHM, YourServer’sIPAddress:2087, YourServer’sHostName/whm or YourServer’sHostName:2087   Step Two: From the Server Configuration menu select Change Root Password Step Three: Type in your new root password and confirm it Step Four: Click the Change Password button     Related Articles How to Configure Dreamweaver FTP for Connection Change Email Address How To Configure Weebly General Settings How To Create Your Own Custom Windows VPS Instance(s) How To Select And Manage Theme Options With Weebly How to…

How to Configure cPanel Cron Jobs From WHM

This guide will go over how to set up cron jobs for cpanel from WHM. By the end of this guide, you will be able to automate jobs on your server like updates and backups which can save you lots of time with your Server Administration tasks.   Configure cPanel Cron Jobs Step 1. Log into WHM as an admin Step 2. After logging into WHM you will want to select the Configure cPanel Cron Jobs option in the Server Configuration section from the list of the left side.     Step 3. On the following page, select the command…

Configure cPanel/WHM Backups For Your Server

Configuring your cPanel/WHM server to take backups regularly is a necessary aspect of keeping your data intact and protected in case you need to restore your account. Having backups in place before making changes, performing upgrades and for emergency purposes is highly recommended.   Backup Configuration cPanel/WHM have excellent tools that will help you maintain backups for your website. Follow WHM >> >> Backup >> Backup Configuration. Following this guide will allow auto backups of all accounts and databases and are an important part of your web hosting services. You can enable Backup Configurations in Global Settings for your backups…

Configuring WHM Automatic Backups

How do I Configure Automatic Backups with WHM?   One of the most important things you can do to protect yourself (and any clients you might be hosting) against security threats and data loss is ensuring everything is properly backed up and saved. Luckily, it’s easy to setup WHM automatic backups.   This feature is currently only support on a cPanel / WHM Instance That Is installed on either a VPS, or dedicated server.   Login to your WHM, and Go to the Backup section you can do this by searching for the word backup in the search bar Go…

How To Stop cPanel/WHM From Automatically Redirecting To The Server Hostname

In the default settings, WHM is configured to automatically redirect to https on the server’s hostname when you access WHM, cPanel for any account and Webmail. When the hostname is set to our default names on creation this can cause some confusion. This is a setting that can be easily disabled with a few clicks in your WHM interface. This can only be applied to a VPS or dedicated server as you require root access to WHM to make these changes. This cannot be applied to any of our Shared or Business Hosting solutions.   Remove Redirect to Server’s Hostname…