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Where can I find a guide on what to do first?
The very first step is to change your domains dns to the name servers you received in your welcome email. If you need help making dns changes please read Changing DNS. If you wish to use private name servers you must read Private Name Server Setup. Read More
Do you have a manual for our reseller panel?
Go to http://www.cpanel.net/docs/whm/index.html to view the documentation for Web Host Manager (WHM), which is your reseller control panel.
How long will it take for my private name servers to work after I register them?
Please allow 24-48 hours for them to start working. It’s basically the same as changing a site’s DNS. The name servers need this time to propagate. The time of propagation depends on your ISP and a few other factors that are generally beyond both AGM Web Hosting and your control.
Where do I go to login to the sites I create?
You would simply go to http://www.sitesdomain.com/cpanel or http://www.sitesdomain.com:2082/.
How do I setup private name servers?
Changing your domains DNS is not the same thing as registering name servers. You will not be able to change your site’s DNS to private name servers until your private name servers are registered with your domain registrar. Read More
Where do I go to login to my reseller control panel?
To access your reseller control panel (Web Host Manager referred to as WHM), go to: http://www.yourresellerdomain.com/whm.
What are private name servers?
If you use our name servers it would look something like ns1.yesdaddy.in and ns2.yesdaddy.in or ns1.bridge2server.com and ns2.bridge2server.com Our resellers have the option to use private name servers which would look like ns1.theirdomain.com and ns2.theirdomain.com. Read More
Where can I view if my name servers were setup correctly or what ips they are currently setup with?
You can check by going to http://www.internic.com/whois.html. Read More