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Installation / Re: CWP on LAN network only
« on: September 01, 2019, 05:21:57 AM »
You cant use AutoSSL in a LAN as far as i know letsencrypt works with public DNS and public IPs.

Also, with AD users logging into CWP, am not sure.Please send a mail to the development team for insight

Cool thanks evansa!

Barnes6 yeah I can read... lol

Installation / Re: Keep getting sent back to login
« on: July 25, 2019, 05:18:48 PM »
this can happen only if you have multiple tabs/windows open in the same browser with the differen session id, so simply close all which have cwp open and open new.

note you can have multiple open tabs/windows but all must have the same session id in the URL.

I made a comment in another post about this but what I found is using Firefox fixed my issue, even if there is still others with google lol.

Installation / CWP on LAN network only
« on: July 25, 2019, 05:11:23 PM »
Hey ya'll

I am setting up CWP on a LAN network only to be our internal web server for a website and a few web-ui control panels. We have two Active Directory servers that does DNS and DHCP (I know DHCP don't matter much here).

I'm wanting to know what would I really need to change or use as settings inside CWP as far as hostname/DNS/rDNS/PTR/nameservers and can I use autoSSL? If yes to autoSSL what would I need to use as setting for that as well?

What I have set so far:

CWP: (server)
hostname: web0.domain.local
Shared IP: ([ERROR: This needs to be a public IP])
NAT Local IP: (nothing)
NAT-ed Network: (no)
nameserver: ad.domain.local=
nameserver: ad2.domain.local=

AD: (server)
hostname: ad.domain.local
a record: web0.domain.local-->
--reverse DNS:

AD2: (server)
hostname: ad.domain.local
a record: web0.domain.local-->
--reverse DNS:

Other: (I know this is out there) but is there a way to add CWP to AD so some of the other admins can use the domain accounts to login to the main panel or ( would I need too / would it work ) if I join OS (CentOS) to the AD server and from there give the right permissions to be able to login?


CentOS-WebPanel Bugs / Re: CWP keep loading
« on: July 25, 2019, 04:31:36 PM »
Hey all,

Has anyone found a fix to this issue?

I have a fresh install and this is happening to me. I know in the pass with other web ui based systems it was due to a goof in DNS but I can not seem to pin point it in CWP

Hey there!  :) (Don't know if this is the right place to slap this?)

I am having a bit of an issue here as the Subject says at the Login screen "Click here for SSL login" points to NAT Local IP and not my domain/port like it should, I have done some googling and digging around here and didn't find much at all. Could you guys give me a helping hand and point me the right way to get this fixed?

The server/site is live and you can see it for yourself of what I am talking about, However if you go to the ssl is working and loading the page BUT if you trying and hit you get nothing. Yes this is when I was on the same network as the server.

Lost, anyone out there with this oddball issue?

Thanks for any and all reply's
Have a good one ;D

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