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I'm a little late to the discussion here, too late actually because the thread prompting this is now closed (sigh). Thread in question: http://www.totalchoicehosting.com/forums/i...showtopic=25347

 

The EDGE builds of cPanel currently have support for Proxy access to cPanel. What this means is we can finally access cPanel using the following URLs:

 

cpanel.example.com

whm.example.com

webmail.example.com

 

Replace example.com with your domain name. This works for SSL and non-SSL access methods. More information can be found in the cPanel change log (http://changelog.cpanel.net) and on the cPanel forum (search for cPanel Proxy).

 

Access happens as with any other website, so those behind restrictive firewalls can rejoice in having full access to their account functions.

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TCH does not use EDGE builds on their servers so this will not work here.

 

Thank you for the info.

 

Yeah, I was a bit tired when I posted that. It should have read as more of "Look! New Feature that will be available sometime in the future!" So I'll do a little re-write of the original post.

EDIT:

 

OK, so I didn't know there was a window on Editing. Thus the better worded post is:

 

The EDGE builds of cPanel currently have support for Proxy access to cPanel. This allows access to cPanel functionality via the following URLs:

 

cpanel.example.com

whm.example.com

webmail.example.com

 

Replace example.com with your domain name. This works for SSL and non-SSL access methods. As noted above, this is in the EDGE branch only at this time (for those unware, normal progression is EDGE -> CURRENT -> RELEASE -> STABLE; I believe TCH uses only the STABLE branch), hence not immediately available in our accounts.

 

Access happens as with any other website, so those behind restrictive firewalls will be able to access the full functionality of cPanel, Webmail and WHM without current frustrations caused by firewalls.

 

 

More information can be found in the cPanel change log (http://changelog.cpanel.net) and on the cPanel forum (search for cPanel Proxy).

Edited by telcor
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