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How do I access zpanel on a subdomain?

  • Posted on July 2, 2013
  • SaM5246Asked by SaM5246

I used this guide to install zpanel:

https://www.digitalocean.com/community/articles/how-to-install-zpanel-on-centos-6

During installation I put zpanel.mydomain.com

But the only way I can access zpanel is through www.mydomain.com

Keep in mind the domain was purchased somewhere else. When I went into my account where I purchased the domain I set up a subdomain:

zpanel.mysite.com

Now how do I point this to make it work to access zpanel on my subdomain?


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Hi I have same problem. My ZpanelCP use my domain alphaserver.cz but I want to use ZPanelCP on subdomain hosting.alphaserver.cz and on page alphaserver.cz i want to have my own blog. Please could you help me ?

Creating the sub-domain w/the DNS registrar is only 1 step in the process. You also have to tell your web server what page to load when someone comes a’knocking via the sub-domain. You need to do that in either <br><pre>/etc/nginx/sites-available</pre> <br>or <br><pre>/etc/apache2/sites-available</pre> <br> <br>Then–for Nginx–create a symbolic link in <br><pre>/etc/nginx/sites-enabled</pre> <br>to zpanel.mysite.com by executing <br><pre>sudo ln -s /etc/nginx/sites-available/zpanel.mysite.com /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/zpanel.mysite.com</pre> <br> <br>For Apache, the command is: <br><pre>sudo a2ensite zpanel.mysite.com</pre>

@Miguel: Do you want to redirect http://123.12.12.12/ to http://123.12.12.12/zpanel? <br> <br>/zpanel is a subdirectory, not a subdomain. Please create a separate question.