Hello. I am trying to setup cPanel to handle multidomains, including my primary domain (eg. mydomain.com), but seems that I need tell to Digital Ocean / domains page all domains and subdomains that I need access. It is annoying and I too have an additional issue on primary domain.
What I need is that cPanel handle all DNS locally, instead of put this responsability to Digital Ocean / domains. So if I call www.mydomain.com, it should check on cPanel if www is registered to mydomain.com, and not on Digital Ocean / domains.
What happen: I have a mydomain.com registered on Digital Ocean / domains, with this following settings:
It allow me to access my cPanel on mydomain.com:2087 correctly, and I can login normally too. Inside cPanel, I setup my hostname as server.mydomain.com, then I could create an account to mydomain.com to setup it contents.
But, when I access mydomain.com, it send me to cPanel 404 not found error.
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