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WHM Tweak Settings Overview

What Are WHM Tweak Settings Used For?   WHM is installed with standard factory settings when it is delivered to you. Those settings can be altered through Tweak Settings. Tweak Settings include every category of function, tools, applications and wizards that you can use in WHM. Below you’ll find the categories found in Tweak Settings and you can also check out our guide for the best Tweak Settings. The major categories in Tweak Settings are: Compression cPAddons Site Software Development Display Domains Logging Mail Notifications PHP Redirection SQL Security Software Stats Programs Stats and Logs Status Support System Each category…

FTP Server Configuration in WHM

Per IP Address: Specifies the maximum number of concurrent FTP connections per IP address. Allow Logins With Root Password: Specifies whether the root password can be used to login to all FTP accounts. Broken Clients Compatibility: Specifies whether to ignore parts of the FTP protocol standards that may cause issues with some FTP clients or firewalls. To make any changes to these, simply enter or select the values you want for the options you want to modify and click Save.   Related Articles cPanel Web Disk Configuration in WHM cPanel Web Services Configuration in WHM Exim Configuration Manager in WHM

Server Time Settings In Web Host Manager (WHM)

If you have WHM access, which you do with any Cloud or Dedicated server (at Hostwinds), you may wish to change the timezone you have set for your server. By default, you are recommended to use UTC allow your server to avoid errors related to daylight savings time, or to connect to servers that happen to be configured to use another time zone.   How To Change Server Time In WHM This guide demonstrates how you can select your preferred time zone for your server. Step One: Log into WHM Step Two: Select Server Configuration from the menu on the…

cPanel / WHM Minimum Requirements

is easy to upgrade as your account grows and needs more resources if you notice that you will need to have additional resources. What will you be using this server for? The minimum requirements that we offer with our tier 3 VPS will be able to run cPanel/WHM. For websites that need more resources for high amounts of traffic, heavy resource usage for their applications, hosting videos and music, this will require more resources and a higher tier VPS is recommended.   Related Helpful Articles: CPanel and WHM Overview WHM vs cPanel A Beginners Guide to cPanel Cloud Instance Overview…

cPanel Web Services Configuration in WHM

Within WHM, you can customize the SSL/TLS settings for secure connection to the cPanel, WHM, and Webmail services. In order to continue with this guide and follow along, you can access the cPanel Web Services Configuration from the Service Configuration category of WHM on your Cloud VPS or Dedicated Server if you have purchased an additional cPanel license.     This page gives you two available options to modify: TLS/SSL Cipher List: Specifies the TLS/SSL ciphers available for any cPanel Web services to use. TLS/SSL Protocols: Specifies the TLS/SSL protocols available for any cPanel Web services to use. Both of…

Increase Maximum Number of Simultaneous Connections in cPanel/WHM

cPanel/WHM offers two FTP servers; Pure-FTPD and ProFTPd. Pure-FTPD is the default FTP server that’s installed with cPanel/WHM. The following steps are for Pure-FTPD and should allow you to increase the maximum number of simultaneous connections.   Log in to WHM Type “ftp” into the search bar that is located in the upper left section of WHM’s main interface Below the search bar, you’ll see the matching results to your search. Select “FTP Server Configuration”     Scroll down and locate “Maximum Connections” and “Maximum Connections Per IP Address”. You can increase both of these values, however it’s recommended to…

Setting Up cPanel/WHM Packages

How Do I Create Packages In WHM For cPanel?   Setting up packages makes creating and managing multiple cPanel accounts easier.   Log in to WHM Go to Packages You can find this section by searching for the word “package” in the search bar Go to Add a Package     Name your package Define the resource allocation for the account     Choose the settings you want for this package Click the add button     Resources – If these are left at zero, they’ll have unlimited resources of that type.   Helpful Related Articles cPanel And WHM Overview…