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    Question Needs emergency help

    Hello folks

    I'm newbie in web hosting I rent a VPS and i have an unknown problem.

    I can login to my WHM, Capanel and webmail by IP but couldn't by domain name

    I installed a CSF firewall, configured it and Restated: Forceful Server Reboot after than i have this problem could you please help me?

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    Have you pointed the domain to the server?

    You also have to setup the hostname.


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    Hi AutoCrat,

    Sometimes it could be caused by the firewall configuration as well as your nameserver. It is always good to have an administrator to look into your vps to rectify the issues.

    Thanks
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    check intodns.com for problems


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    Quote Originally Posted by shad0wz View Post
    Have you pointed the domain to the server?

    You also have to setup the hostname.
    Yes I did and also i receiving this emails from server:

    lfd on server.myhost.com: Suspicious process running under user cpanel

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    That's very weird.

    May I ask what your domain is?

    Don't worry about the emails, its probably perl.


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    Try rolling back your DNS configuration file (configure file rollback) in WHM. I've screwed up DNS by doing forceful server reboot before.

    If you have SSH access, run this command:

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    /etc/init.d/named restart
    If there are any errors, try rolling back the named.conf file in WHM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bikster View Post
    Try rolling back your DNS configuration file (configure file rollback) in WHM. I've screwed up DNS by doing forceful server reboot before.

    If you have SSH access, run this command:

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    /etc/init.d/named restart
    If there are any errors, try rolling back the named.conf file in WHM.
    Yes i did it many times but not effect

    Quote Originally Posted by shad0wz View Post
    That's very weird.

    May I ask what your domain is?

    Don't worry about the emails, its probably perl.
    navinhost.com

    I think my main problem is with dns but don't know how to solve it.

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    What is your host name?

    Your host name should be something like example.navinhost.com

    Then you make the ns1 and ns2, to the two IP's in your domain provider.


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    Host name: phantom.navinhost.com

    Server names: ns1.navinhost.com and ns2.navinhost.com

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    Log into your SSH or cPanel and type in:

    hostname phantom.navihost.com

    Then setup your IP's as NS1 and NS2 via your domain register.


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    U mean this command: /etc/sysconfig/network ?

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    Yes, you can also nano that.


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    when I'm trying to do it. I face to -bash: /etc/sysconfig/network: Permission denied

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    I prefer using nano. If you're using CentOS, go into SSH and type in:

    yum install nano

    Then follow the prompts and press Y to all of them. Then type:

    nano /etc/sysconfig/network

    After your done press Control + X, then y.

    I'm pretty sure, you could just type: hostname phantom.navihost.com


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    What OS are you using?

    If you are using something like Ubuntu don't forget the sudo command.

    Also try temporarily disabling the CSF firewall, and see whether that fixes the problems.

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