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How to install WHMCS? | Namecheap

In order to install WHMCS billing platform the license key is required. Namecheap provides WHMCS Starter licenses with Reseller Nebula and Galaxy Expert, VPS, dedicated servers hosting plans at $8.00/mo. It is free of charge with the Reseller Universe Pro plan. WHMCS license is not available for Stellar, Stellar Plus and Stellar Business plans (and…

What is an (Outlet) Clearance servers?

What exactly is a Clearance servers? Outlet Clearance Servers refer to previously-used generation servers that are provided at a discounted price. Since the respective hardware has already been paid in full, Outlet Servers are an ideal solution from an economic and environmental perspective. Powerful and well-equipped, our Outlet Servers are located in the PhoenixNAP datacenter…

I can’t access cPanel. What should I do? | Namecheap

Depending on the error you receive, there can be several reasons why you cannot access your cPanel account: “The login is invalid”: Incorrect login details “Connection refused/reset” error: Port Block Maintenance on the server Domain is not pointed to the hosting server DNS propagation “Connection timed out” error: IP Block Port Block Domain is not…

Install SSL certificate on your server, using cPanel | Namecheap

After the certificate has been activated and issued to you by the Certificate Authority, you can proceed with Install SSL certificate on your server, using cPanel. Follow the steps below to Install SSL certificate: Log into your cPanel account Locate and click on SSL/TLS Manager in the Security section: Click on Manage SSL Sites under the Install and Manage SSL…

What is CloudLinux?

What is CloudLinux: CloudLinux is a hosting-oriented Linux distribution based on CentOS. It uses the LVE (Lightweight virtual environment) kernel technology that is similar to OpenVZ in some aspects or to other OS-based virtualization technologies. In shared hosting, the most common downtime reason is a single account grabbing most of the shared resources due to heavy…