I have a Windows VPS with Plesk panel. Windows Server 2008 R2 with plesk panel version 11.5.30.
I tried to change the default plesk panel port (8443) to eg (1234) without any success.
The steps i followed are the following: 1) Firewall -> Inbound rule -> allow for port 1234 2) Firewall, Disable inbound rule for port 8443 3) IIS, PleskControlPanel, Bindings: changed binding from 8443 to 1234.
Now i type on browser: [URL] .... and while its loading after some seconds redirects me to [URL] ...
I was wondering if it is possible to disable plesk redirect for clients domains on port 8443.I do not not want clients to to be able to access the plesk login screen when they visit exampleclientdomain.com:8443 but obviously i still want to be able to access my control panel e.g. myprimarydomain.com:8443. Is there something i can do to prevent the sites redirecting to my primary domain or am i better creating a htaccess rule to stop/redirect traffic on port 8443 ?
I've been having a few issues with the control panel navigation is running slow even though I have heaps of resources available and free. The server is located locally and have no problems surfing websites attached to the same server.
When I login as admin, it can take 25 seconds to load into the first screen.
CPU GenuineIntel, Intel(R) Xeon(R)CPU E5649 @ 2.53GHz Version Parallels Plesk v12.0.18_build1200140606.15 os_CentOS 6 OS CentOS 6.6 (Final) Memory Available 6GB used 2.5-3GB HDD: 300GB/ approx 130GB Free
I have tried issuing a /etc/init.d/psa restart command and has made no difference.
I have been a solid cPanel / WHM user for the past 2 years, we have now since downsized our hosting requirements and also wanted to cut our panel costs and so we moved to PLESK 12 Web Edition.The server is on a trial license and has been working fine with no problems for the past 2 weeks. Today all of a sudden none of the websites are accessible, although I can ping all IP's on server and login via SSH.I cannot access any websites or hosting control panel, I have disabled IP tables as this was the cause of a problem last time.
Why this happened was there an update at around 5AM this morning which could have caused this?I have restarted the server, I can successfully ping / resolve address from SSH.
I purchased a Host license.Major customers in China. There is a facebook link in the panel.But China does not allow access facebook. This leads to a very slow access speed! Can I remove this link? If so, how to remove?
Mail Statistic not working, In /var/log/maillog contains below logs:The limit on the number of allowed outgoing messages was exceeded. Try again later.
But on Home > Tools & Settings > Outgoing Mail Control
Attempts to send mail per hour (except the current hour):
Statistics are being calculated.Count statistic not working, it not show any infomation abount mail attempt sending. !When i check ./mailserver -i options
POP3 authorization: off SMTP authorization: on Maximum letter size: 20971520
Relaying: auth Check the passwords in the dictionary: on Enable MAPS spam protection: off MAPS zones: b.barracudacentral.org;zen.spamhaus.org Short POP3/IMAP mail account names: off The maximum number of connections (IMAP, POP3, IMAP over SSL, or POP3 over SSL).: 1024
Show the alert on the Home page about attempts to exceed limits based on statistics for the last: P1DSend a notification about attempts to exceed limits on outgoing mail every: PT15M
I am facing the following issue: Web Presence Builder icon is missing from Customer Control Panel.
I tried to apply the following solution from the knowledge base: [URL] ...., however I ended at step 2, because there is no "Sites published with Web Presence Builder" parameter in any of my Service Plans.
I am running plesk Panel 11.5.30 instead of 10.x. and step 1 tells me the parameter "Sites published with Web Presence Builder" equals 10.
I need changing the nginx port. I've followed various threads and have created a custom nginxDomainVirtualHost.php file at: /usr/local/psa/admin/conf/templates/custom/domain, while the website indeed moves to the port I have set, a second nginx thread starts at port 80 and takes over in it's place.
I need to put varnish at port 80 and cannot do so until all services relinquish control on port 80.
Followed clues here: [URL] ....
some here: [URL] .....
Turn's out to be able to change the nginx port to a non-standard port you need to edit 6 files
I indicated that I've basically been using my webhosting company as "file storage".
1) I create all my files in .html using notepad
2) My files are limited to .html, .jpg, .gif, (and a couple of .js and .css) files.
3) My domain is not connected with my webhost; I use the nameserver zoneedit.com and I use URL forwarding and mask/cloak the domain the address bar (using multiple domains) as follows:
domain1.com --> forwards to [url]
domain2.com --> forwards to [url]
domain3.com --> forwards to [url]
4) For uploading files, I go to ftp://123.456.78 and drop/drag/copy/paste files into the window using my browser
5) I'm able to password protect the subdirectories as I choose.
I called my webhost, Hostik, and told them that I was unable to do anything on my web console. I can't change a password, create a user, or even access my usage/bandwidth quotas.
They told me that I'm on an "old server" using the windows-based console (probably C-Panel / Control Panel) and they're in the process over the next three months of transfering everyone over to "Plesk".
So, they set me up with a new Plesk account, while keeping the old one in place, so that I could move/transfer my files to the Plesk account.
When I went to Plesk, I realized things are not the same:
1) In my Control Panel / C-Panel, I had a unique IP URL Address - [url]
2) In Plesk, it seems there's a set IP URL Address - [url] - that everyone shares.
3) I was told that in Plesk, many people use that IP URL address and that I'm supposed to place my files into the "httpdocs" folder.
Appearently, this is a system of shared hosting whereby many people have the same IP URL address (different from what I had before) and it recognizes each account by the login or something, so the "httpdocs" folder would identify my domain.
I was then told that in Plesk, I must have my domain affixed to the Plesk account.
In other words, I can no longer do what I was doing before, having my domain separated in another location and using URL forwarding from an outside nameserver.
So, my original question is what's the difference between Plesk vs. C-Panel/Control Panel?
Perhaps I answered most of it above.
Is it correct that I can't do things the way I've been doing them so far if that's the case?
It might be that Plesk is not for me and I may need to find a host that gives me my own unique IP URL Address. However, I was informed that not many companies are doing that as most are switching over to Plesk.
In addition, Hostik does not offer multiple domains.
In response to this thread, David recommended I try synhosting.com
synhosting.com has "Multiple Websites". I assume this means mulitiple domains. Correct?
What's my best option at this point?
1) Find a host that has C-Panel / Control Panel (if any there are)?
2) Use a service such as synhosting.com and move all my domains over to them?
3) If I do use synhosting.com, am I required to move my domains over to their nameservers?
4) I have my MX Mail records pointing to Fastmail.fm for my email virtual domains. Would I still be able to do this if my domain is dedicated to a webhost and opt not to use their email feature?
5) Should I get rid of this old-school thought of using my web host as "file storage" and stop this practice of using URL forwarding and cloaking?
I asked my current vps supplier about changing the certificate used to secure the plesk control panel as the default one causes certificate warnings. Their response was "dont worry about the warnings, the control panel is secure and trying to address the error can cause problems in plesk itself".
Is this correct?, I know the cp is still secure but customers arent going to think ssl certificate warnings are OK. I think their response was more of we cant help you so dont worry about it type response (a.k.a the brush off)
Is this an issue with plesk? vps is windows server 2k3