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SSL / Wrong Hostname? SSL Issue
« on: December 27, 2020, 08:24:45 PM »

I've had issues with installing CWP. I created a thread already in the installation section. I have been successful though and fixed the main installation issues! It turned out that i had forgotten to change my hostname on Vulters end and the DNS on their systems. I have been able to transfer all my sites over and get proper SSLs installed!

However, on my CWP panels (admin and user, as well as mall and ftp) I seem to have a non-secure connection as the SSL is connected to the old Hostname. I did reinstall CWP with the new hostname and even entered that into the control panel (Server Settings > Change Hostname) and via. SSH. But when reissuing the SSL, the old hostname still pops up.

Furthermore, under Server Settings > Change Hostname the "rDNS/PTR" section has my then in a orange square "FAILED".

The "Your Hostname is: HOSTNAME and it resolves to IP: IPADDRESS" section has the correct hostname and IP and no known errors!

Am I missing a step?!

Donald Louch from DevLexicon

Installation / Websites and Admin Panel No Longer Loading After Installing
« on: December 20, 2020, 12:14:26 AM »

I'm not sure if this is the right forum?

I just installed CWP and was able to create all the users, domain names, emails, MySQL, and setup the base server from the Admin and User Control Panel!

I have uploaded all the files to the domain and MySQL!

However, none of the websites are working. I keep getting errors such as "This site canít be reached. Refused to connect." "ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED" or "DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN".

This is also now happening on port 8083. However, I can still access the User Panel on port 2083, PHPMyAdmin, Roundcube mail and that's all the server services that I've tried to access!

I have ran system checks on apache, NGIX, tried updating through YUM, disabled firewalls. And nothing seems to be working. I have setup the nameserver, hostname, and all that. It should be pointing to the right IP address!

My system is:
Vultr High Frequency:
2 vCPU, 4096 MB RAM, 128 GB NVMe, 3.00 TB Transfer
Running CentOS 7 x64

and using the Vultr built-in CWP application installation.

Does anyone know how I can fix this?!

Donald Louch from DevLexicon

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