How To Host A Domain On Dedicated Server?

For hosting your domain names, you require to create at least one cPanel account on your dedicated server.

What is cPanel?

A cPanel offers you a user-friendly interface for hosting your domains, managing your website files, as well as installing web-building applications like WordPress, etc.

The cPanel at SANGKRIT.net offers you more than a hundred website maker apps as well as free backup solutions.

First, complete the basic setup of your dedicated server, and then you would be able to create multiple cPanel hosting accounts and associate them with specific domain names of yours.

Creating a cPanel Hosting Account:

  1. Login to your SANGKRIT.net Account
  2. Click the Servers tab
  3. Click Launch (next to the account you want to use)
  4. Click Set Up (for the account you want to use )
  5. It will offer you a form as given below:
SERVER NAMEGive a name to your new server.
USER NAMEType in username to log in to your server.
PASSWORD & CONFIRM PASSWORDCreate a password for username to log in to your server.
DATA CENTER REGIONSelect the location where you want to keep your server.
IMAGESelect the operating system you want to use.
CONTROL PANELSelect cPanel.
IMPORT YOUR SITESYou may select any old cPanel shared hosting accounts that you want to import to your new server.

Fill in the details, and then click the Create button. 

This will take a few seconds to set up, and then you can access your cPanel by following these steps:

  1. Visit your SANGKRIT.net Account
  2. Click the Servers tab

And, you will see that your cPanel account is listed in the Servers tab.

Note: Some operating systems don’t support cPanel. So, while filling the cPanel setup form (as shown in step five), make sure to check for any possible warnings in the operating system field.

Make sure that your domain name is pointed towards your dedicated server. Read these lesson:

  1. How to point a domain name to a dedicated server
  2. What is my dedicated server’s IP address?

For adding more domains, you might need enabling the remote domains on your dedicated server:

The same steps also work on all virtual private servers.

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