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Accesing your Control Panel

First, to login to your account Control Panel you must do the following;

Your control panel is located at
http://www.yourdomain.com/cpanel.
(replace 'yourdomain.com' with your domain name)

Please use your IP address (eg
http://123.45.67.123/cpanel ) until your domain registration/modification is complete. Your IP address is the 'actual' physical address of your site on the Internet. Your domain basically 'points' to it so your site can be accessed through both (true with any web site).

If you have an IP less or shared IP account, the same applies for your Control Panel but requires that you type
http://123.45.67.123/~username to see your pages until your domain is available.

Your Control Panel will ask you for a username and password. Please use the username and password e-mailed to you after you registered. NOTE: The password is CaSe SenSiTiVe , so you will need to enter it exactly as it appears. This can be changed from the Control Panel by clicking the "change password" icon.

If you are unable to access your control panel or it times out please check for the following:

Firewall - If you are behind a firewall make sure you have access on the following ports:
Cpanel 2082
Webmail: 2095
Webhost Manager: 2086
SMTP: 25
POP: 110
FTP: 21

Software - If you are running a program such as Zone Alarm or Black Ice make sure it is configured to allow access on the above ports.


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