Each Onlive server Web Hosting Account, Cloud or Dedicated Server incorporates cPanel totally for nothing out of pocket for our clients. To get to your Hosting Account or Server control board, please survey your Hosting Account welcome email. You ought to have the capacity to find your login cPanel URL, cPanel username and secret key. As a matter of course cPanel is universally available on cPanel/WHM-based Servers by writing any area or IP related/indicated the Server. In the event that you space name is as of now indicated the Server just sort:
Keep in mind to change “example.com” with your real area name. On the other hand, you can utilize the Server hostname or the Server IP location to get to your cPanel. Both the server hostname and the Server IP location are incorporated into your appreciated email on the off chance that you have joined with Onlive Server.
When you get to the cPanel URL you will be coordinated to a protected login page to include your cPanel username and secret word.
To login Cpanel, please enter your cPanel username and secret key and tap on the ‘Log in’ catch. Be exhorted that your cPanel username and secret word may be unique in relation to your Client Area login points of interest. On the off chance that you are not ready to get to your cPanel by utilizing/cpanel with your space name, the issue may be brought on by the non-standard cPanel port 2082/2083 which is once in a while obstructed by neighborhood Internet administration suppliers. As a distinct option for the standard URL you might utilize the purported cPanel Proxy URL which utilizes the standard HTTP port 80. To get to the cPanel by means of the cpanel intermediary, essentially utilize:
http://cpanel.example.com – recall to supplant “example.com” with your real space name.
In the event that you login without precedent for your cPanel you will be shown with an appreciated box which gives some essential rules on the most proficient method to deal with your record. For more data you might audit the Get Started Now instructional exercises in your cPanel or avoid this instructional exercise by tapping on the “No, I’m fine” catch.