How to log into cPanel

There are several different URLs through which you can login to your cPanel. Following are the options through which you can access your cPanel: [1] Access cPanel using IP address and port 2082 http://IP_Address:2082 Replace IP_Address with actual IP address of your hosting provider. [2] Access cPanel using domain and port 2082 If you have […]

Secure cPanel Login (HTTPS)

It is recommended to use secure cPanel URL to access your cPanel account. By default cPanel uses self-signed SSL certificate to use secure cPanel URL but it is also possible to install valid SSL certificate to avoid any browser warning. You can access secure cPanel using the following ways: [1] Access secure cPanel using IP […]

cPanel – rsyslogd has failed

You may receive the following error while updating services from WHM -> Service Configuration -> Service Manager: Waiting for rsyslogd to restart………………………………………………………finished. rsyslogd has failed, please contact the sysadmin (result was “rsyslog is not running”). Generally this happens if you enable two logging daemons i.e. syslogd and rsyslogd simultaneously. To resolve this problem, enable only […]

Add Lync SRV records in cPanel/WHM

You need to add SRV records if you are using Lync (Office 365). Following is the sample SRV record details that you need to add for your domain: Record Type: SRV Service: _sipfederationtls Protocol: _tcp Port: 5061 Weight: 1 Priority: 100 TTL: 1 Hour Name: yourodmain.com Target: sipfed.online.lync.com If you are using cPanel/WHM, you will […]

How to access Web Disk (WebDav) on cPanel server

The Web Disk feature is cPanel’s implementation of the WebDav protocol. This feature allows you to manage files associated with your website. By creating an account and accessing your Web Disk, you can navigate, upload, and download files to and from your web server as though they were part of your personal computer. How to […]

How to create a MySQL database from cPanel

  1. Login to your cPanel. 2. Once logged into cPanel for the domain (https://yourdomain.com:2083 or use IP address instead of domain name if the domain is not pointing to the server), click MySQL databases under the Databases section. 3. Enter a name for the database and click Create Database. 4. Once the database is […]