Introducing SHAC Panel, the dedicated server control panel from the Squangle Group.
SHAC Panel comes in two variants: Desktop and WHMCS.
SHAC Panel Desktop is available for Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. The SingleHop API Control Panel is the first Cross-Platform Desktop Application to use the LEAP API at its core. Built for speed and ease of use, SHAC Panel can simplify your SingleHop server administration.
Quickly view and all the information about a server. Review open tickets and reply to them, all from your desktop. SHAC Panel comes with a configurable Sidebar which continually updates with new tickets and invoices. SHAC Panel runs even when your web browser is not open, and will alert you if a new ticket is posted through your operating systems native taskbar. Built using the latest version of the Qt Framework by Nokia and using the latest in OpenSSL Encryption, the application is rock solid and secured by the most widely used SSL implementation in the world.
SHAC Panel for WHMCS comes in client area and admin area variants. The difference between the two is the level of control each has: the client area is primarily for displaying information about servers, whereas the admin area is built for controlling servers. SHAC Panel for WHMCS gives clients access to their server's rDNS Settings, Server Status, and Bandwidth Usage without the need to open a support ticket. SHAC Panel for WHMCS is intended to be integrated into a Client Area, and as such does not implement the more powerful API commands. SHAC Panel for WHMCS Admin enables modification of server settings, as well as support ticket viewing, all from within WHMCS.
SHAC Panel is available under a multitude of licensing options. To learn more about SHAC Panel, and to view screenshots, please click the appropriate link bellow.
So we can give clients control of servers located on a SingleHop Tandem account, how do we link that server to that clients account? Also, does this support automated ordering of the server at SingleHop?
The WHMCS version of this product will allow you to give your clients access to LEAP Server status through your WHMCS client area. The control panel will be locked to the servers they have purchased.
The client area script includes an admin module that will compare the hostnames of servers on your LEAP account to the ones in WHMCS and will update them accordingly so that the module will be able to work with the SingleHop API.
At this current time ordering is not supported by SingleHop but when it is available it will be implemented.
I'm one of the dev's working on SHAC Panel. I'd just like to point out something that isn't apparent in the OP, which is that SHAC Panel is currently only compatible with SingleHop Inc servers. SHAC Panel stands for SingleHop API Control Panel, and as implied, it communicates through the SingleHop API to control dedicated servers.
Any details on the levels of customisation available?
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What happens if for some reason, a customer sets 2 servers up with the same hostnamed on file? The client panel will run on its own correct?
For the import script to work correctly the hostname field in WHMCS needs to have the same hostname as in LEAP. At this current time the import script will not work correctly when multiple servers have the same hostname. If this situation was found to be an issue, an update could be released that corrects it.
Can you take some quick screen shots and PM them to me. I'm very interested in this.
We are currently working on getting our trial copy of SHAC Panel for WHMCS up and running publicly. We should have a live copy soon. If you visit our website at www squanglegroup.com, sign up for an account, and send us a message through our support system letting us know you are interested in a trial, we will get back to you ask quickly as possible so you can try it out before we make the trial public.
Their website is no longer working and the module itself is no longer functioning.
Earlier this week we were affected by the massive DDOS that was directed at the Continuum data center and we have unfortunately had to have all traffic to our servers null routed. Details on the attack can be found here http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1246158.