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CentOS Web Panel tech questions
« on: May 05, 2020, 01:33:42 AM »
I am looking to use CentOS Web Panel on my server but have a few questions beforehand.

Can you assure 100% compatibility of your product with WHMCS at all times? So I need to ensure that where a customer isn't able to pay for their bill that WHMCS is able to disable their CentOS web panel automatically and re-enable on payment.

Can the customer upgrade/downgrade their CentOS Web Panel account via WHMCS?

Can I use Softaculous with CentOS Web Panel?

Can I install signed SSL certificates using CentOS Web Panel for free?

Can CentOS Web Panel be installed in Oracle VM Virtual Box software?

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Re: CentOS Web Panel tech questions
« Reply #1 on: May 05, 2020, 03:38:39 AM »
I am looking to use CentOS Web Panel on my server but have a few questions beforehand.

Can you assure 100% compatibility of your product with WHMCS at all times? So I need to ensure that where a customer isn't able to pay for their bill that WHMCS is able to disable their CentOS web panel automatically and re-enable on payment.

I'm not a Developer, but I can assure you that they do their best to maintain compatability.  As far as I know, they have fully integrated WHM into CWP

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Can the customer upgrade/downgrade their CentOS Web Panel account via WHMCS?
Customers should be able to switch packages through WHMCS

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Can I use Softaculous with CentOS Web Panel?
Yes, and in fact it can be pre-installed during panel installation

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Can I install signed SSL certificates using CentOS Web Panel for free?

Yes, you can manually install Paid Certificates for free.
CWP also has an AutoSSL option that obtains sans certificates from LetsEncrypt

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Can CentOS Web Panel be installed in Oracle VM Virtual Box software?
Yes it can.  Make sure to use a bridged network, so you get an IP directly from your router/switch.  If you are behind a NAT, make sure you either DMZ your VM, or setup port forwarding for all ports CWP is using.
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