2.2. SERVER SETUP
CHAPTER 2. HOW DO I USE WEBHOST MANAGER?
2.2
Server Setup
The Server Setup area enables you to control the main setup of your server, including nameservers, changing
passwords, and enabling and disabling services and resellers.
Warning:
Do not change your server settings unless you are absolutely sure you know what you are doing.
Altering these settings incorrectly can result in cPanel and WebHost Manager functioning incorrectly.
2.2.1
Edit your server setup
The Edit Setup area enables you to edit your server configuration settings that you created during the installation
and initial logon process (refer to page 7 if you have not logged on yet). This includes editing your master IP
address, BIND version, contact details if problems occur, and related information.
Warning:
Do not change your server settings unless you are absolutely sure you know what you are doing.
Altering these settings incorrectly can result in cPanel and WebHost Manager functioning incorrectly.
To edit your server setup:
1. Click on the Edit Setup link in the Server Setup menu.
2. Enter the primary IP address, BIND version, and IP address of the master cluster server (optional) in the
Primary IP Address, BIND Version, and Master Cluster Server fields.
3. Enter your administrator's contact details in the Server Contact's AIM (AOL Instant Messenger), Server
Contact's E Mail Address, and Server Contact's Pager Address fields.
Note:
Entering ICQ contact details in the available field does not currently work due to changes in the
ICQ protocol.
4. Enter the name of the default cPanel theme that you want to use in the Default CPanel4 Theme field.
The two standard themes that are automatically installed with cPanel are default and iconic. Refer to
page 36 for more information about themes.
5. Enter the default home directory where new users accounts will be created and the prefix that matches
other user partitions in the Default Home Directory and Home Directory Prefix fields.
6. Enter the current hostname of your server in the Hostname field.
7. Enter the name of the type of Apache logs that you want to receive. Two options are available:
  combined   All information is logged, including referers, user agents, and requested files.
  access   Only information about requested files is logged.
8. Enter up to four nameserver names in the Primary Nameserver, Secondary Nameserver, Third
Nameserver, or Fourth Nameserver fields. The Primary Nameserver and Secondary Nameserver
fields are mandatory.
9. Choose whether you want users to have CGI access in the CGI Script Alias field. y = Yes, n = no.
10. Enter the IP address of the master nameserver in the Master Nameserver field, if required.
Warning: This will turn your server into a slave server if this option is enabled. It is advisable to establish
a key rust relationship with the master nameserver after enabling this option   refer to page 44 for more
information.
11. Click on the
button.
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