Setting Up Inside cPanel vs Nameserver Setup

too Look for Nameserver tab or location in the domain to manage your DNS records Change the Nameserver entries to match those Cloudflare provided   You can check through www.intoDNS.com to see that your nameservers entries match the ones Cloudflare provided.   To setup Cloudflare with a domain registered at Hostwinds, please check out article How To Edit Nameservers At Hostwinds. To setup Cloudflare with cPanel, please check out How To Setup And Configure Cloudflare In CPanel .   Helpful Related Articles   Cloudflare Setting Recommendations Protecting You Origin IP To Prevent DDOS Attack With Cloudflare Cloudflare Account Setup Guide…

cPanel License Expired

If when logging into WHM on your VPS, Cloud or Dedicated Server you receive a message stating that the license is expired there are steps you can take to attempt to resolve this issue.   Renew cPanel License You can check if your license is valid at http://verify.cpanel.net by entering the IP address of your server Log into your server via SSH using a client such as PuTTY Execute the command /usr/local/cpanel/cpkeyclt Refresh your browser or log out and back in to your WHM panel Confirm that the message has cleared If the license is not renewed, the issue may…

FTP Configuration Files in cPanel

You can connect Filezilla to your cPanel either manually or with a script that automatically configures Filezilla for you. You may also use CoreFTP or Cyberduck in the exact same way.   Configure Filezilla Manually Download and install Filezilla Open Filezilla Put in the same username and password as you use to login to your cPanel Port should be set to 21 – if it’s not, enter 21 Enter in your domain name such as domainname.com Click connect   Configure Filezilla automatically Download and install Filezilla Go to cPanel Go to FTP Accounts under File Manager Click Configure FTP account…

Perform Virus Scan on Shared/Business/Reseller Hosting from cPanel

This guide is about running a virus scanner on your cPanel. This is intended to check if your web hosting files or cPanel email have acquired any malware by using the built in tool that is included with your account.   How To Run the Scan   Login to your cPanel Scroll down to the Advanced section Select the Virus Scanner Select the files you would like to perform this scan on. The options are Mail, your Entire Home Directory, the Public Web space and the Public FTP space Click the Scan Now button to start Let the scan run…

How to Setup a Subdomain Using cPanel

What is a Subdomain? A subdomain is the use of an existing domain with a prefix change of the www to another title. This creates another website that contains it’s own unique content without an entirely new domain needed to be created. Assuming you own the domain already, a subdomain looks like mail.example.com or blog.example.com.   How do I Create a Subdomain in cPanel? You can setup a subdomain in cPanel by heading to Home > Domains > Subdomains.     This simple guide will show you how to create and manage subdomains. Follow the instructions below to complete your…

cPanel Analog Stats Metrics

When it comes to tracking web statistics such as bandwidth or visitors, Hostwinds believes more options are better. As such, we provide you AWStats and Webalizer, and also provide Analog Stats to help you keep track of all of your metrics. How Do I Use Analog Stats? The Analog Stats tool can be found under the Metrics section on your cPanel home page.   Upon clicking on the Analog Stats option, you are greeted with the Analog Stats page. The page lists all of your domains, subdomains, and their SSL equivalents.   Under the Actions column, you can click on…

How to Check Inode Usage in your cPanel Account

…Using 100% of My Inode Limits? If you’re using 100% of your inode limits, your account has exceeded the inode usage limits. You’ll be unable to send or receive further emails or add additional files. It’s also likely your website will fail to load due to session files. Below are instructions on how to view your inode usage on your cPanel account, as well as how to reduce usage.   How to View Inode Usage Log into your cPanel account for Shared, Business, or Reseller hosting. In the right panel there’s a list of usage statistics, which includes your inode…

cPanel Errors Metrics

cPanel contains a way to keep track of the most recent errors that have been logged regarding your website. The Errors section details these error messages for you in a quick and easy location without needing to dig through the other metrics options for the information desired.   How Can I Track My Website Errors? The Errors logger is located under the Metrics option on the cPanel home page for your website.   Once you click on the Errors logger, you will open cPanel’s page that details the last 300 errors that have occurred by visitors to your website. You…

cPanel AWStats Metrics

Among all of the tools that cPanel offers to track the various metrics of your website, one of the most frequently used and detailed options is Awstats. Awstats analyzes server log files and produces HTML reports on the website, presenting various charts and graphs to view information as varied as visitors, visit duration, most viewed pages, and what other websites referred your site to the visitors. How Do I Use Awstats? The Awstats tool can be found under the Metrics section on your cPanel home page.   Once you click on the Awstats option, you will be directed to the…

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