Category: WHM for Administrators
Web Host Manager, or WHM, is a powerful program that allows administrative access to the back end of cPanel. There are two versions that AUSWEB uses. Reseller accounts get basic WHM. Dedicated Servers and VPS accounts get root WHM, which has features that require root access to the server enabled and give full access control.
WHM gives you a lot more control and flexibility when managing either a few very popular and resource intensive sites, or large number of sites. On top of giving you the ability to sell hosting services to other people, WHM also gives you the option to create and manage multiple cPanel Hosting Accounts.
Sometimes named.conf gets corrupted on cPanel server. You can see that by creating a DNS report with http://massivedns.com and your nameservers records do not have any IP addresses listed . Here is the way to fix that in cpanel servers. First of all move the corrupted named.conf using the following command root@cpanelserver[~]# mv /etc/named.conf /etc/named.conf.bak […]Read More
Your bandwidth usage is the sum total of all traffic from and to your account on the server, including visitors accessing your site, FTP uploads and incoming/outgoing emails Checking Bandwidth Usage Log into cPanel. If you are unsure about your login details, please contact us. On the left hand side, you can see a summary […]Read More
This tutorial will show you how to delete an IP address via SSH. How to delete an IP address via SSH Normally, you delete an IP address by logging into WHM and removing the it using the function “Show or delete current IP address” under “IP functions” . Alternatively you can remove the IP in […]Read More
This tutorial will show you how to modify cPanel/WHM news It is important that you stay in touch with your customers, especially in cases where they may experience service outages. One way to keep them posted is to use the cPanel/WHM News system. 1) Go to the cPanel section in the menu. 2) Then Modify […]Read More
This tutorial will show you how to manage cPanel plugins in WHM There are several Plugins available for cPanel that you might want to try out. Some of them are outdated or superseded by functionality in newer versions of cPanel. 1) Go to the cPanel section in the menu. 2) Click Manage Plugins. 3) Scroll […]Read More
This tutorial will show you how to install and manage cPanel Addons in WHM There are a number of addon scripts for cPanel that can be enabled in WHM. If you’ve ever heard of Fantastico, this has a similar but more limited functionality, with a smaller selection of scripts. 1) Find the cPanel section of […]Read More
This tutorial will show you how to change cPanel branding using WHM The Branding feature in WHM allows you to make changes to the look and feel of your customers’ cPanel accounts. In particular, you can change the logo from cPanel’s to your own. 1) Locate the cPanel section of the menu. 2) Click Branding. […]Read More
This tutorial will show you how to manage themes in WHM Themes in WHM and cPanel are not only used to adjust the look and feel of the software, but the interface and functionality as well. The default theme for cPanel is x3, while the standard theme in WHM is x. All other themes included […]Read More
This tutorial will show you how to manage Languages in WHM You’re likely to have a wide variety of customers from all around the world. If their control panel were to be displayed in their native language, it might make them feel more comfortable using cPanel on their own. cPanel comes with almost a dozen […]Read More
This tutorial will demonstrate how to manage SSL keys and certificates on your server via WHM 1) Find the SSL/TLS category in the menu. 2) Click SSL Key/Crt Manager. In the top left corner, you have a list of all the private keys on the server. To the bottom right of the page, you’ll find […]Read More
This tutorial will show you how to manage SSL hosts and the shared certificate in WHM You will also find out how to delete SSL hosts and certificates from your server. You will also see how to share a host’s SSL certificate, for users that do not wish to obtain their own. 1) Go to […]Read More