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I cannot tell you what this cloaking is or how it works, however, this type of activity is normally done using a DNS CNAME record pointing your example.com to example.altervista.org. You would likely do this with the registrar for your domain name example.com who should be your statement of authority (SOA) for your domain name. Log on and see where your DNS ...


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Firstly, try to open the cpmove file on your own PC. Does it open? Do you get any errors? This is to check for corruption. Assuming you have WHM access on both servers, you could use the Transfer Tool under Transfers instead. This is the recommended way to perform transfers. Finally, you should really read through this documentation as it provides you with ...


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All settings available to you in regards to your FTP server are available in WHM (https://example.net:2087) under Service Configuration. Assuming you have full root access to your server and cPanel, you could also update the configuration file in /etc.


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If memory serves correctly when you change the CNAME and IP pointer for a domain to a new location, then on the NEW location you need to have/add/write a MX record in the zone file that points back to the previous mail host location if your going to have the previous location continue to handle mail activities. Remember that the A record / CNAME record is ...


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I found the issue. The Linux UID's corresponding to each of the users in question were below 1000. I simply raised them all to be over 1000 and restarted CPanel, and everything worked like magic.


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It sounds like a CNAME record is not required at all. As you are attempting to show Domain B via Domain A, I would simply set an @ A record Domain A to the IP address of Domain B and set it up in cPanel as an Alias. This way, both domains will mirror the content from each other, using only one file system. It's then also advisable to set up a www CNAME that ...


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You can't from within cPanel. cPanel only offers bandwidth monitoring on certain fixed ports: https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/ALD/Bandwidth Http — Web traffic. Pop3 — Email that your accounts received. Imap — Email that your accounts received. Ftp — File transfers. Smtp — Email that your accounts sent. All You would need to do it from the ...


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It is perfectly acceptable to update /etc/hosts in cPanel/WHM. As a rule of thumb, incase of an update which may change the file (unlikely, cPanel doesn't tend to touch it after the initial install phase) run this command to take a backup. # cp /etc/hosts /etc/hosts.bak This will copy your hosts file to a new file in your etc directory called hosts.bak ...


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... visitors of my website can't see the JSON file from it's URL, but that JavaScript file can access it? JavaScript is the wrong thing to be using if you're dealing with secure files. It sounds like you have javascript code that fetches special JSON code from the server you don't want guests to see, but if guests view source code and figure out the URL ...


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Are you using your own SSL, an SSL on Cloudflare, or both? Is the page not found message within your app, a cPanel master or default server 404, or something else like a standard unpretty browser 404? If you are seeing your default hosting provider or default cPanel 404 page, it hints that something went awry when the subdomain was set up, the local SSL ...


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SSL must be enabled for every domain/subdomain required individually in cPanel. If you have moved your WHMCS installation to another domain, it is likely that you will need to regenerate the CSR/Key and request a new certificate. Once you've done that, follow the usual procedure to set it up and enable SSL for your subdomain.


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You seem to have 2 A records for example.com pointing to very different IP addresses, one of which is the one that www.example.com resolves to (which is the wrong one). My guess is that it's picking the first one that it finds!?


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Don't mind, I solved it! It was enough add the define( 'NOBLOGREDIRECT', '' ); in wp-config.php right below the multisite rules! I managed to insert my website homepage between '' To explain it better: if you insert a url between the '', when an user goes to a not exsisting subdomain such hello.example.com, he'll be redirected to the url you inserted; ...


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A CNAME is an alias and not generally used for domain names except to equate one domain name to another. This is clearly not what you want. You want both domain names to go to their perspective sites. This requires an IP address for both site servers. If you do not know the IP addresses for both servers, you will have to contact your web host company for ...


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Yes, you can safely add entries to the hosts file. The only thing you might need to consider is that the entries may be erased if you update WHM/Cpanel.



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