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How to: Access to CPANEL at university
To access to cpanel at universities and other public places those blocked ports except 80 you have not bother yourself. Accessing to cpanel over port 80 is one of the default cpanel features so you can access to it on each cpanel server.

To access to cpanel over port 80 use “cpanel” like a subdomain of your website. yes just it! you don’t need to use scripts like cpanel proxy or other …

For example if your domain is “mydomain.com” you can access to cpanel by reaching “cpanel.mydomain.com”
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How to transfer Accounts From One Server To Another ( CPANEL)
I have used in the past for easily migrating cPanel accounts from one server to another. Using this method, you can transfer accounts from an old server, to a new one, help customers from another host move to your host, etc. This method is very simple, and does not even require root access on one end of the migration. I have found the "Transfer Account from another Server" tool in WHM to not work so well, and break often, so I have used this method.
Requirements:
-cPanel on both servers
-WHM
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Adding secondary IPs to Cpanel
1. To access the IP Functions Menu, click on IP Functions, on the main screen of your WHM interface.

2. Click on Add a New IP Address.

3. Enter the IP address in the IP(s) to add field.

4. Alter the subnet mask default values for this IP address in the Subnet Mask field, if required.

5. Click on Do it.

When adding IPs through an SSH console:

1. Edit the file /etc/ips

#vi /etc/ips

2. Add your new IPs to the end of the file like so:

x.x.x.x:255.255.255.0

(Using the 25
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cPanel/WHM shows the error "Invalid license file", why ?
cPanel will show you an invalid license file error if you change your hostname to something that does not resolve to your server's IP address. You should change back the hostname to the original one or use a domain that resolve to your server's IP address by following these instructions:


[code]1. Connect to your server with SSH using the root user
2. Type in the following:hostname server.domain.com
3. Then type: /usr/local/cpanel/cpkeyclt in order to reactivate your cPanel/WHM license.
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How to check AWSTATS for the domain from cPanel
1. Login to cPanel using username and password.
2. Click on Web/FTP Statistics
3. Click on Awstats
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How to set domain forwarding from cPanel
1. Login to cPanel using username and password.
2. Click on Parked domains.
3. Enter the domain name (Registered) on the New domain name section.
4. Click on Add domain.
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How to set up error message in cPanel
When the user enters a wrong URL or the user is not authorized to access a specific directory, we can set up a specific message to be displayed.
1) Login to cPanel.
2) Click on “Error Pages”.
3) Click on the error types from the list. (400, 401, 403, 404 or 500).
4) Enter the message and click on save.
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How to trace an Email address in cPanel
How to trace an Email address in cPanel:

1) Login to the cPanel using the URL http://IPaddress:2082/
2) Select the mail icon.
3) Click on “Trace an Email address” option.
4) Enter an email address that you wish to trace.
5) Click on “Show Route”

This feature shows you how the mail server will treat a message when sending to or delivering to a specific address.
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How to get general server information from cPanel
One can find general server details from their cPanel via below mentioned steps:

1) Login into the cPanel
2) One can view general server information on left corner of the page.

Information contains OS, Kernal Version, Machine Type, Apache Version, Perl Version, Path to Perl, Path to sendmail, installed perl modules, PHP Version, MySQL Version, cPanel Version, Theme and documentation etc..
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How to download Raw Access Logs of the domain: cPanel
One can download Raw Access Logs of the domain from their cPanel – Control Panel via below mentioned steps:

1) Login into the cPanel
2) Click on Raw Log Manager.
3) Click on File which on need to download.

Generally, Raw Logs are saved on daily basis. One can download the logs upon the required dates.