My office's firewall is blocking the port I need for cPanel
With cPanel, you can bypass the typical port numbers, and access what you need via port 80 proxy.
Ports that can be blocked that would restrict cPanel access:
- cPanel login - port 2082 and 2083
- Webmail login - port 2095 and 2096
- WHM login - port 2086 and 2087
If you are unable to access your cPanel, Webmail and or WHM (if you are a reseller), you should be able to access it using the following (replacing yourdomain.com with your actual domain name):
For this to work, you need to be using Arivxe nameservers. Else, you will need to create A records for each subdomain so they point to our server using an IP provided by our support department.