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DanielMDanielM Disabled
edited September 2012 in General

Hi guys.

I amagine quite a few people signed up for the free AWS package some time ago. Just wondering if anyone had look installing cPanel or plesk? Once there installed here i just carnt connect to the panel itself.

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  • iptables -L

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  • DanielMDanielM Disabled
    edited September 2012

    Plesk should configure iptables manually should it not?

    I think it could be related to there NAT setup. Wonder if it's worth paying for a static IP.

  • cPanel doesn't support NAT.

    All your IPs will be f*cked up @DanielM, don't bother.

  • @DanielM said: Plesk should configure iptables manually should it not?

    I think it could be related to there NAT setup. Wonder if it's worth paying for a static IP.

    Static ip's on AWS are free as long as they are in use, unless that has changed recently.

  • @DanielM said: Once there installed here i just carnt connect to the panel itself.

    CPanel uses a non-standard port (2082 or something?). Make sure you open it in the firewall in the AWS Console/from the API.

  • @lbft said: CPanel uses a non-standard port (2082 or something?). Make sure you open it in the firewall in the AWS Console/from the API.

    Yep that was one of the first things i checked.

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