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    CPanel Question


    While at work I've love to be able to access cpanel. However, due to some sort of restrictions I'm unable to login using www.mysite.com/cpanel like at home.

    Years ago I found a download that would install a cpanel and webmail "subdomains" that allowed me to access my site while at work. It would make it so I can login to cpanel.mysite.com.

    Was wondering if anyone knows what I'm talking about or how to find it. Thanks!
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    Hello,

    So far I know cPanel can be login with different ports, secure and normal. Therefore you should be using the http to login cPanel at work and using either http or https to login cPanel at home.
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    Your ISP at work probably has a firewall preventing you from accessing cPanel. In most cases that is the problem.
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    contact your isp, or if your at work, perhaps they have things blocked?

    many thanx
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    Hi,

    Check with the server IP address to your cPanel in order to ruled out DNS level issue. Also cPanel blocks the IP address if wrong attempt to login into cPanel or any of the service. Hence, contact your hosting service provider and make sure that your IP address does not block on cPanel firewall.
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    most probably your ISP blocks Ports 2082 and 2083

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