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John Doe – Webmaster

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Manage DNS Zones

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You can find this in WHM under DNS Functions. This area is for advanced users only, so please feel welcome to request any DNS zone changes from our support@hostgator.com administrators.

Note: MX records will require your domain to be on a special remote server list. Please request all MX record changes from our support@thewarezplanet.com administrators.

Here is some information to help you understand DNS zones.

Your name servers’ job is to find the server and correct DNS zone in order to get the following information.

The A record points your domain or subdomain to an ip address. (e.g. mydomain.com -> ip address)

The CNAME record points your domain or sudomain to another domain name, like www and mail. (e.g. www.domain.com -> domain.com)

The MX records control where your emails are received. If you want your mail hosted on another server, then this is what you will need to change. (e.g. domain.com -> server.ext)

The NS records in the DNS zone must match the nameservers you are using.
Example:

How to change the NS records when using private nameservers (Reseller or higher only).
Login to WHM.
Under DNS Functions, click Edit DNS Zone.
Select your domain name from the list and click the Edit button.
Look to the right of “SOA” and replace the nameserver with your primary private name server (ns1, be sure to include the trailing dot). [screenshot before]
Look to the right of “NS” and replace each nameserver with your private name servers (ns1 and ns2, be sure to include each trailing dot). [screenshot after]
Scroll down and click the Save button.

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How to ftp with Plesk

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1. Log into Plesk at https://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:8443 as admin (replace xxx with your ip)

2. Click on domains link (on the left hand side)

3. Click on your domain

4. click on Setup

5. Scroll down to Account Preferences where you will see your username for ftp login, below that you can set or reset your ftp login password

6. Press ok to save this info

Now you will be able to access your ftp with the following:

exp. on internet explorer

http://ftp://username:password@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

please replace username with your username and password with password you set
also please change xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx with your ip

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Setting up pptpd on debian

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There are other giudes to do this, but none seemed complete, I had to get the iptables rules from the debug document on poptop.org. I guess they are not always needed.

I started with a clean install of lenny from http://rackspacecloud.com.

Install poptop

# aptitude install pptpd

Edit pptpd config files

/etc/pptpd.conf

You need to set the private ip of the server and the ip range for clients, the 2 lines are added to this file:

localip 192.168.0.1
remoteip 192.168.0.10-20

Set them to whatever private (or public) ip addressing you want. You could use IP addresses currently available in your network, if you do this you will not need to add the iptables rules for natting later in this guide.

/etc/ppp/pptpd-options

Option 1
Set ms-wins and ms-dns to the name server the server you are currently working on is using (look in reolv.conf).

Option 2
Or as I did install dnsmasq on the server and run it as a chaching dns server

# aptitude install dnsmasq

And then set ms-dns and ms-wins to 192.168.0.1 (or the localip you set)

/etc/ppp/chap-secrets

Setup users and passwords to connect the pptp server

username pptpd somepassword *

Turn on IP Forwarding

# echo 1 > /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward

Set the change permanantly in /etc/sysctl.conf by uncommenting the line:

net.ipv4.ip_forward=1

Turn on NATing

If you have created a new private network for your pptpd server, you probably have, you need to add a rule to iptables.

# iptables –table nat –append POSTROUTING \
–out-interface eth0 –jump MASQUERADE

But this rule needs be persistant so we need to create a script to run when the interface starts up

# iptables-save > /etc/iptables.conf

Create a new file: /etc/network/if-up.d/iptables and paste in the following

#!/bin/sh
/sbin/iptables-restore < /etc/iptables.conf

Set it to executable
# chmod 755 /etc/network/if-up.d/iptables

All Done!. Just startup pptpd

# /etc/init.d/pptpd start

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Restart Httpd Server

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Q. I’m using CentOS / RHEL / Fedora Linux server and I’d like to restart my httpd server after making some changes to httpd.conf file. How do I restart httpd?

A. You can use service command to restart httpd. Another option is use /etc/init.d/httpd service script.

Login as root user and type the following commands:
Task: Start httpd server:

# service httpd start
Task: Restart httpd server:

# service httpd restart
Task: Stop httpd server:

# service httpd stop

Please note that restart option is a shorthand way of stopping and then starting the Apache HTTPd Server. You need to restart server whenever you make changes to httpd.conf file. It is also good idea to check configuration error before typing restart option:
# httpd -t
# httpd -t -D DUMP_VHOSTS

Sample output:
Syntax OK

Now restart httpd server:
# service httpd restart

Where,
-t : Run syntax check for config files
-t -D DUMP_VHOSTS : Run syntax check for config files and show parsed settings only for vhost.
/etc/init.d/httpd script

You can also use following command:
# /etc/init.d/httpd restart
# /etc/init.d/httpd start
# /etc/init.d/httpd stop
A note about Debian / Ubuntu Linux

Type the following command under Debian / Ubuntu Linux:
# /etc/init.d/apache2 restart
# /etc/init.d/apache2 stop
# /etc/init.d/apache2 start

You can also use service command under Debian / Ubuntu Linux:
# service apache2 restart
# service apache2 stop
# service apache2 start

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Creating Secondary FTP Accounts in Plesk

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Depending upon what you want to do with the FTP account, will determine how and where you set up this new account. Choose from one of the following options:
Create a directory to transfer files between parties. The files uploaded into this account do not necessarily need to be available to view in a web page, but work well when files are too large to send via email or need to be accessed by many different people from various locations.

Create a subdomain with a separate FTP account. If you would like a new site section without access to the main site and allows for site access through a browser.

Create a protected directory that is only accessible to a single FTP account. Allows file access to these directories via ftp and a browser, however, all content is password protected.

Create a Transfer Directory
Log into Plesk.

Click into the domain in which you want to add a transfer directory

Click the Web Users icon.

Click the Add New Web User icon.

Enter the web user name and password and enable any settings as required. Click theOK button.

This allows anyone with that user name and password to access only that directory enabling file transfers between sites.

Create a Subdomain
Log into Plesk.

Click into the domain in which you want to add a subdomain.

Click the Subdirectories icon under Hosting. This opens the Subdomains for that domain.

Click the Add New Subdomain icon.

Enter all the required information in the fields, and select any optional information. Click the OK button.

Create a new DNS CNAME entry for this new subdomain, so that it works properly.

To use this subdomain, you will use the same IP address as the main site, but enter the user name and password for the subdomain to access the directories to upload content.

Create a Protected Directory
Log into Plesk.

Click into the domain in which you want to add a protected directory

Click the Directories icon under Hosting . This opens protected directories for the domain.

To add a another FTP user account click Add New Directory and enter the name of the directory you wish the FTP account user to access into the Directory name field proceeded by a forward slash.

For directory location you can choose a non-SSL, SSL secure directory, or both. Enter header text to display information on the title bar at visitor login.

Click OK then click Add New User to create a user for the directory.

Enter the New user name and a new password consisting of 6-8 alpha-numeric characters which should not contain the user name. Confirm the password then click OK

A new FTP account is created with user specific login information.

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