The cpanel is your control panel interface that allows you to manage specific information about your ...
Yes, included with all reseller accounts are two personalized nameservers. These names must be ...
he WebHost Manager allows you to set up and administer accounts for your customers. You can modify ...
Your web host manager is accessed through https://yourdomain.com/whm (where yourdomain.com is your ...
When you register a domain name with a Registrar, you are requesting ownership of a "top-level" domain name. A top-level domain name is one that that ends in ".com" or ".net". A sub-domain would be a sub-set of names that can be used with that top-level domain. For Example, http://interxstream.com would be a top level domain. http://helpdesk.interxstream.com would make "heldpesk" a subdomain for interxstream.com
Your nameservers should be set to:
tags: name servers, nameservers
You may setup your new domains in your web host manager, or just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or open a support ticket with your request. Include the new domain name(s) and different usernames to apply to each domain name account.
First, you should check to be sure you have authority for your domain name. If your current hosting provider registered your domain name for you, you should contact them and inquire about obtaining ownership. If you registered your own domain, simply contact your Registrar for the domain name and modify the nameserver settings (sometimes called 'DNS settings') for the domain name. New nameserver settings will be given to you by your new Hosting provider at signup.
Second, you should be aware of the 24-48 hour delay in nameserver propagation.
Shell access is included with each hosting package. However, our automated setup software does not include the shell access right away.
Simply send an e-mail to email@example.com (or open a ticket in the helpdesk) with your domain name, cpanel username/password and we will activate your shell account