How to setup cPanel in your WHMCS as a Reseller.

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1) Login to our https://www.domains.co.za/clientarea.php and select Manage Account => Reseller Hosting => WHM Login

Reseller cPanel setup on WHMCS-001

2) Navigate to Clusters => Remote Access Key => Setup Remote Access Key and copy the Access Key displayed in the box.

Reseller cPanel setup on WHMCS-002

3) Login to your WHMCS Admin Area and Navigate to Setup => Products/Servers => Servers and click on Add New Server
* if you do not have a server group configured, create one.

4) You will be presented with the following screen where the server details need to be entered.

Name:    This is your choosen name for the server.
Hostname:    This is the hostname of the server.
IP Address:    This is the IP Address assigned to your account in the Reseller Welcome Email.
Assigned IP Addresses:    The same as above, unless you have been given additional dedicated IP addresses.
Monthly Cost:    You can enter your monthly cost for the server.
Maximum No of Accounts:    This is the amount of accounts your Reseller account is limited too.

Primary Nameserver : ns1.cpns.co.za
Secondary Nameserver : ns2.cpns.co.za

ns1.cpns.co.za
ns2.cpns.co.za
ns3.cpns.co.za
ns4.cpns.co.za

Type:    CPanel or CPanelExtended
Username:    Your Reseller Username
Password:    Leave Blank
Access Hash:    This is the Remote Access Hash which is copied in step 2.
Secure:    Tick this box

Reseller cPanel setup on WHMCS-003

5) Click on the Save button when you are done. You can now configure your Hosting Packages to utilize your Reseller Account.

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