I'm migrating from Plesk 9.5 to 11 and I'm getting the following on my Transfer Pre-Check from within the Migration Manager."The destination DNS server does not support networks in the Transfer Restrictions Template, but some subscriptions have networks in DNS transfer restrictions. The records with network IP addresses in the DNS transfer restrictions will not be restored."
I've gone to Server, DNS Settings, Transfer Restriction Template and added the new server's IP to the list of allowed networks to no avail. I also couldn't find any documentation on what the cause might be.
Having been away from the hosting field for a few years returning back I notice some hosts are offering IPs with, for instance, personal basic plans. Some are even offering 15 IPs to anyone. And 350GB disk space and 1TB data transfor for $3.95, but that is another question. I wonder how they get butter on the bread with these prices.
As for IPs how do these companies get their IPs? Are there no more Icann restrictions?
Is PHP Configuration Editor restricts users php.ini file values on public_html directory? For example Cpanel default memory_limit=8M, but it can be adjustable to 256M. If user has changed higher value on it's php.ini file than 256M, the 256M limit is applied?
i was trying to create a MySQL database for my site. My site is hosted on a yahoo server. From the control panel, when i click on the Mysql datbase link, i get a page that says Mysql database is active. Then as per the online help provided by yahoo, i created a database admin user name and password. Then i installed phpmyadmin in a newly created folder. Then i accessed the homepage of phpmyadmin and entered my login credentials i,e my database admin username and password. The next page that appears is supposed to let me create a database and access it. But all i get is an empty page with my domain name in the left hand side top corner and the link to the yahoo control panel on the right. I installed phpmyadmin couple of times to check if it was an installation problem, but it was of no use. I tried accesing it from my friends pc, but with no luck. I contacted yahoo support via email couple of days back, but still i haven received any reply from them. Please help me out to fix this problem. Is there anything i missed out?
I'm getting this warning from check server security option in csf : -------- You have a local DNS server running but do not have any recursion restrictions set in /etc/named.conf. This is a security and performance risk and you should look at restricting recursive lookups to the local IP addresses only -------- I saw named.conf but In fact I didn't understand what should I do Can somebody tells me what should i do and what this warning trying to tell me?
It used to be, that regardless of the config, in WHM you could always park a domain which had not (yet) had it's nameservers changed or added to ips.remotedns (the old "Sorry, the domain is already pointed to an IP address that does not appear to use DNS servers associated with this server." error).
That does not appear to be the case so much any more, and it really is a pain for resellers who want to get a zone setup and ready before changing the NS.
Anyway I have two questions.
1. What is the rationale? We know that you can create an arbitrary DNS zone anyway simply by creating a new account in WHM before the NS is changed (or domain even exists). So what is the extra security problem in allowing creation of arbitrary parked domains in WHM over arbitrary account primary domains in WHM? I'm just curious to know.
2. What is the actual criteria for "passing the test", do all the NS of the domain have to be known to the server, does just one have to be known, does it have to be the NS recorded in the whois data, or just what dig returns...?
3. Wouldn't it be nice if you could add a special TXT record to the zone to allow this, in the same manner as various other services authenticate domain ownership. _cpanel_authentication TXT "[some server specified unique code]" then when parking the server could just check for this specific DNS record rather than necessitating screwing up the important stuff.
i am currently with a host, hosting my important sites. I am now going to purchase some space from another host purely for storage purposes and bandwidth usage as they are within my budget.
Now i have my primary domain with my main host, and i would like to have a script or link from my current host which leads onto my 2nd host for users to upload their images or files. Now i have a problem, the second host that i will have will not have a registered domain attached to it, but rather it will be just storage.
I would prefer to have a subdomain from my primary host pointing to my second host. The problem is where will the subdomain point to? Or will it even work that way without having to purchase another domain?
everything is ok , i contacted Hotmail to be part of SenderId program ,and told me 2 days and sending will be ok , i waited for 10 days , till now every new member can't recive ctivation email , what shall i do ??????
My server not open relays ... Not in blacklist ....
i have problem in my server from 2 weeks ago server stop sending mail to yahoo and hotmail but to gmail send good without any problem i make SPF and add it for all domains after that mail worked Good in 1 day after that the problem come again
Our server is running 11.50 built 19. Things are great, however, we came across an odd issue with one of the domains on the server. We thought we would pose the scenario and see if there are any possible solutions.
Example Domain: domain.com
Mike recently stated there has been an increase in SPAM messages being delivered to his inbox. We activated a SPAM Protection Service and forwarded all MX records to the SPAM Protection Organization.
Mike states, I still get SPAM e-mail. It turns out looking at the source of the e-mail that the incoming e-mail is coming directly to the server and not to the MX record --> SPAM Filter --> back to the server. The SPAM Protection company never sees the bad e-mails to remove them.
The SPAM protection company does allow for sending to the domain via dedicated IPs and advised us to implement an inbound SMTP Restriction.
How can we accomplish this in WHM / cPanel?
We know that domain.com will receive safe / clean messages from inbound smtp servers:
126.96.36.199 188.8.131.52 184.108.40.206 220.127.116.11
How can it be configured that mail for domain.com domain is only accepted from these IPs and the mail from other IPs are ignored?
I got a new server and at present it is not allowing resume of disconnected uploads. I remember on my last server I have to add a line on a config file to enable this but for the life of me I cannot remember.
I've taken a copy of the files using the backup wizard and I need to put them on a different server. I've done a partial backup and have tried to copy them over using FTP but it seems to be taking far too long. Can I upload to my new cPanel?
When i try to upload a image files to the linux based shared hosting server application with java and .Jsp files
(using apache common file upload) the following exception is getting...! java.security.AccessControlException: access denied (java.io.FilePermission /var/chroot/home/content/h/e/r/heritageameric/html/heritageshopping/abc.txt write)
Hosting people suggesting me that i need .htaccess file to solve and get write permission..!
But iam completely new to this .htaccess file concept..!