1 P l e s k H o s t i n g V P S An Introduction to Linux and Windows Plesk Hosting VPS Updated November 18, 2007
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3 Contents Welcome... 4 Feedback... 4 Contact Information:... 4 Your HSPc Control Panel... 5 Logging into your Control Panel... 5 Control panel overview... 5 Your Plesk Hosting VPS Creating a Plesk Client Account... 9 Reseller and single domain hosting scenarios... 9 Resource Usage...10 Creating a Plesk Client...10 Configuring a Plesk Domain...12 Creating a New Hosting Account...13 Configuring your domain...15 Your Customers Control Panel...18 All about How to create a mailbox:...20 How to collect your Using a Web Browser:...23 Using Outlook Express...23
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5 Your HSPc Control Panel The Web24 HSPc control panel provides various functionality relating to the management of your VPS and other hosting services with Web24. This is not your PLESK control panel, but rather your billing and VPS server management interface. From your HSPc Control Panel you can perform tasks such as backing up your VPS, restoring your VPS, monitoring resource usage, account management, viewing account balances, requesting support and more Logging into your Control Panel You can access your Control Panel from any Internet connected computer using your choice of Web Browser such as Internet Explorer, Safari or Firefox. To log in, please type the following URL into your web browser address bar Control panel overview Our control panel system provides you with a web based interface to manage all aspects of your hosting account. This control panel is divided into four distinctive sections. The control panel tabs are My Account Upgrade Center Help System. These are explained as follows:
6 My Account The My Account tab provides you with access to your account information and contains three sub-sections. They are: Billing Management. Use the billing management section to view your account balance, make payments, change and update credit card or payment information, download tax invoices etc. Account Management Use the account management tools to manage and change your account contact information, increase or reduce the amount and types of notifications you receive from Web24. Personal Settings Use your peronal settings tools to change your login password, address, name and address. Help Use the Help tab to access resources to assist you with troubleshooting or setup issues. From this screen you can access Documentation, Knowledgebase and Trouble Tickets Icons. Documentation. Documentation on Control Panel, Shared Hosting, Virtual Private Servers and more Trouble Tickets Use this to view past tickets and to lodge new trouble ticket issues. Knowledgebase Access our extensive knowledgebase on all aspects of our hosting services.
7 System The System Tab provides the actual functionality you will use to configure and manage your subscriptions with Web24. The terminoligy of System is synonimous with Subscription. If you have a number of subscriptions with Web24, for example, one windows and one Linux hosting account, they will both be managed under the single System tab. You can choose between multiple subscriptions by clicking on the Select another System(Subscription) link If your web hosting subscription is not currently selected, click on the Select Another System(Subscription) link and choose your Hosting Plan subscription Upgrade Center The Upgrade Center is a context sensative menu system. The options available under the upgrade section are dependent on what subscription is selected under the System Tab
8 Your Plesk Hosting VPS. To access your reseller hosting services open your favorite web browser and go to the following address. You will be presented with a Plesk logon screen Username: admin Password: As supplied in your welcome Once you have logged on you will be presented with the Plesk Dashboard which provides a summary of your server and a number of quick links. Click on the Server menu option in the left hand menu to manage your main server settings.
9 You will now see the System Menu Options. These options will allow you to configure your server as well as update an add features. Creating a Plesk Client Account Plesk provides 4 levels of decending control panel access. Admin -> Client -> Domain -> Mail User Each of these control panel access levels is a one-to-many relationship, so for example, you must setup a Client account to setup a Hosted Domain. Reseller and single domain hosting scenarios If you wish to provide reseller access to your customer, you would create a new client for them, and limit thier client resources (eg, 10 domains, 5Gb disk, 10 MySQL Databases). You would allow client logon permissions.
10 If you wish to sell a single hosting account, then you would create a client with limits of 1 domain, and then create a domain with specific resource allocations. In this scenario, you would disable Client logon permissions, and only allow Domain logon access. Resource Usage Keep in mind that domains are dependant on clients resource allocations. If you assign a client 10 databases, then it follows logically that you cannot create a domain under that client ownership and assign "unlimited" databases. Following on from this, if you create one domain under the same client, and assign him 10 databases, then you cannot create another domain and assign him two more. This would require the client to have 12 databases in total, regardless of the actuall usage. The same philosophy applies to all resource allocations in Plesk, this means that you cannot over-commit and find yourself in a position of not being able to deliver the promised services. Creating a Plesk Client 1. Click on the Clients menu option in the left hand menu 2. Click on the Add New Client Account button
11 3. Enter the Client details 4. Select a either a dedicated IP address (If you are going to setup a SSL Certificate) or a shared IP address
12 Configuring a Plesk Domain Selecting any of your Plesk Clients will show various client options as well as a list of the domain assocaiated with that client. Summary of Options Edit The edit facility will allow you to modify your Reseller hosting account information. Please note that this is what is displayed to your customers and is not the information used by Web24 for your account. To modify your Web24 Hosting account you should click on the My Account tab as explained earlier. Report The report facility provides reporting on your hosted domains traffic and disk usage, and also provides a facility to have automated reports delivered to specific addresses. Preferences Allows you to set some basic Control Panel Preferences.
13 Limits The Limits option shows you what limits have been set for your reseller account. These limits can be modified by purchasing additional resource through the upgrade center, or by upgrading your hosting plan through the upgrade center. Permissions The permissions icon shows you what permissions have been granted by Web24 for your reseller account. IP Pool The IP pool function shows you what IP addresses have been allocated to your account. By default you will have a single IP address, however you can purchase additional IP addresses by visiting the Upgrade Center. IIS Application Pool Enable CPU monitoring and recyle ponts for IIS application pool Shared SSL Enable Shared SSL on a domain by domain basis. Skeleton Create a default user directory skeleton for new hosting accounts created under you resller account. Branding Change the logo and URL for your control panel to provide a branded interface for your customers. Custom Buttons. Create any number of custom buttons or icons in your hosting control panel linking to any website or application Add New Domain The Add New Domain icon provides the functionality to create hosting accounts within your reseller interface. Domain Tenmplates Using Domain Templates you can create custom hosting plans for your customers Traffic View individual domain traffic Creating a New Hosting Account Follow these basic steps to create a new domain for hosting. 1. If not already active, select the client you wish to assign the domain to (see previous section). 2. Click on the Add New Domain Icon 3. Enter the domain name and select a template if available. If you have a static IP address you will be able to choose between a shared IP and a dedicated IP (SSL Certificates require a dedicated IP address). Ensure Proceed to hosting setup is checked to configure your hosting account.
14 4. Select the type of hosting required. For this example, choose Physical Hosting and click OK. a. Physical hosting This will create the actual hosting account for your domain and allow you to setup and hosting services. This is the most common choice. b. Standard Forwarding. Standard Forwarding will setup a URL redirect from the domain you are configuring to a URL of your choice c. Frame Forwarding Frame Forwarding will also create a URL redirect, however the new URL will not be displayed in the browser address bar as it is hidden within a frameset. 5. Physical Hosting Setup This is where you configure your domain settings. The options are as follows. a. IP Address If you have purchased additional IP addresses you will be able to choose between shared and dedicated IP addresses for your account. b. Preferences i. SSL Support If the domain has a dedicated IP address, you will be able to enable SSL Support ii. FTP/Microsoft Frontpage Login. This is the FTP Username for the domain iii. Password Set or change the FTP password for the hosted domain c. Site Builder Support i. Publish with Sitebuilder If your account has Sitebuilder services then you can allow this domain to publish using Sitebuilder. d. Microsoft FrontPage Support Select this if you wish to enable FrontPage hosting services for your domain e. Services This provides a list of checkboxes for various scripting and reporting services. You can add or modify these at any time by selecting your domain setup icon.
15 f. IIS Application Pool By enabling the Use dedicated pool option you can isolate your website from the actions of other hosting accounts. Configuring your domain Once your Physical Hosting options have been configured you can then manage your individual domain options. Summary of Options DOMAIN Disable Disable the domain name. This will take the website offline and bounce . Domain Administrator If you wish to give your customer access to their domains control panel you will configure their access
16 limits here. Please see the following section entitled How your customers can access their control panel Rename Domain Allows you to change the hosted domain name Limits Set the domains resource usage limits. By choosing Unlimited you allow all the reseller resource allocation to be assigned to this domain. By default you should allocate specific resource amounts so you can create further hosting domains. Domain Aliases Create multiple domain aliases Backup Create a local domain backup, or backup to an FTP server. You can also schedule domain backups at predetermined times. If you have a backup file, you can choose to restore this backup file. Custom Buttons Create custom buttons for your control panel Services DNS Settings Add, delete or modify your domains DNS records. This is an advanced feature and can cause your website to become unavailable if incorrectly configured. Datbases Create MySQL and MS SQL 2005 databases by selecting this option. You can also manage your databases through phpmyadmin and SQL Webadmin interfaces. Certificates Create Certificate signing requests (CSR) and install your SSL certificates ODBC Data Sources Create ODBC data source connections Hosting Setup Configure the physical hosting options, add and remove services and change FTP usernames and passwords Delete Delete the physical hosting for the domain Web Users Web users is a legacy function from days of Unix where these users can have access to the hosting account through the use of a tilde home directory. Creating Web Users will give them FTP access and abitlity to view their website in the format of Subdomains Create subdomains under your main domain for site isolation. Protected URL s Password protect files and directories
17 Web Directories Configure.NET preferences and create Virtual Directories. Create.NET applications and modify all related permissions. FTP Accounts Create multip FTP accounts for the hosted domain Log Manger Configure log rotation and storage options File Manager Use File Manager to create, modify and delete files withing your website hosting account. You can also use this utility to modify IIS file permissions Remote Desktop Disabled Scheduled Tasks Schedule tasks through this facility to run at pre-determined times. Site Preview If your domain name has not yet propagated, use the site preview function to view your website. Application Vault Install from a list of available applications such as Mambo, gtchat, oscommerce, phpbb and more. ASP.NET Web Applications Install from a list of available.net applications such as Dot Net Nuke, Time Traker, Report Starter kit and more IIS Application Pool Enable CPU monitoring and recyle ponts for IIS application pool Performance Enable bandwidth throttling to limit the amount of data used by your account and limit the amount of concurrent website connections Shared SSL Enable and configure a shared SSL certificate Hotlink Protection Enable Hotlink protection so that only your domain can use Images and files and avoid bandwidth theft. Custom Buttons Remote Mail See following section All bout
18 Your Customers Control Panel In the instance where you are providing hosting services to your customers, it is often desirable that you can provide branded control panel access to your customers. You can achive this quickly and easily thorugh the use of your Plesk Hosting VPS with Web Follow the preceeding steps and create a physical hosting domain under your reseller subscription 2. Manage the newly created domain and click on the Domain Administrator icon 3. Check the box Allow domain administrator access and take note of the Login username. Enter a secure password into the New password and Confirm Password text boxes 4. Complete the domain administrator and click OK If the domain name is correctly configured your customer can now log onto their hosting account by typing the following URL into any web browser.
19 If the domain is not yet resolving you can use the domains IP address as a substitute. Eg. You will be presented with a Login Screen similar to this. Once your customer is logged in, they will be presented with a domain specific control panel that includes the ability to create and modify resources as defined by you in the domain limits options.
20 All about One of the most common first steps in setting up your hosting account is to create your address. This is achieved quickly and easily through the use of your Control Panel system. Overview. Mail is sent through the internet by a number of Mail Servers forwarding your message from location to location. To receive you must create a MailBox as a final destination that can accept addressed to you. This mailbox is created on one of Web24 s Mail servers and stores your until such a time as you conect to the Internet and download the mail to your computer. How to create a mailbox: Log onto your hosting control panel and select your hosting subscription (Click on the System Tab ). You will be presented with a number of icons, click on the Remote Mail icon under Custom buttons You wil now see a new set of Icons, click on the Add New Mail Name Complete the form by entering your Mail Name and your password and click OK
21 Your mailbox is now created, and you are presented with your mailbox configuration options. You can leave the default settings, or customise it further to suite your purposes. Ie: Add aliases, enable spam and virus filtering setup autoresponders Etc..
22 Summary of options: Add New Mail Alias Allows you to setup additional addresses that are delivered to this mailbox. Eg. Preferences Use Preferences to change your mailbox password Permissions Set permissions for this mailbox. Allow access to the control panel and allow spam filter management Mailbox Set the size of the mailbox, the maximum amount of data this mailbox can hold. Disable and Enable the mailbox. Redirect Redirect a copy of all messages to another address (Note: if you setup a redirect and do not disable the mailbox then a message will be stored in your mailbox as well as sent to the redirection location). Mail Group Set this address up as a group address and deliver a copy of all in bound messages to all members of this group Autoresponder Setup automatic response messages for out of office or vacation etc. Includes the ability to attach files
23 Spam Filter Configure your spam filtering options, set the spam score (the amount of items/phrases/urls thought to be spam) that are required to tag the message as spam. Add whitelists, blacklists and also train the Spam Filter based upon messages currently in your mailbox. AntiVirus Enable Antivirus for inbound and oubound messages. Webmail Access your webmail (you can access your webmail from any Internet Web Browser by typing in the address How to collect your To collect your you can either use a Web Browser of a Mail Client such as Outlook Express. Using a Web Browser: Once you are connected to the internet, open your favourite web browser and type in the address of your webmail site: You will be presented with a login dialog box, enter your full mailbox name and the password used when creating the mailbox. Using Outlook Express Overview: Outlook and other mail programs allow you to create, view and send from your local computer, to other Internet mailbox locations. As mail is stored on an Internet Mail Server in a mailbox you created, Outlook needs to establish a connection to that Mail Server and download the stored messages to your local computer. When sending , the reverese is applicable, Outlook needs to connect to an outgoing Mail Server (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol or SMTP) and pass your message on for delivery. This outgoing connection is usually made to the mail server of your Internet Service Provider (ISP).
24 Outlook express is available free with all Windows based PC s. To start Outlook Express, click on Start > All Programs > Outlook Express If this is the first time you have used Outlook Express, you will be presented with a setup wizard. The following information is pertinant for this wizard and can be substituted in place. If you wish to follow this document, simply cancel the wizard and proceed with the following steps. 1. Click on Tools > Accounts and then click on the Mail Tab 2. Click on the Add button and select Mail 3. Enter yoru Display Name 4. Enter your address which is exactly the same as your Internet Mailbox name 5. Enter your Incoming mail server name and outgoing SMTP server name. Incoming Mail is the mail.yourdomain.com.au (substitue yourdomain.com.au for your actual domain name) and Outgoing Mail is that of your ISP. Eg: smtp.bigpond.com, smtp.pacific.net.au, mail.internode.on.net eg (Please contact your ISP for your smtp server name if unsure)
25 6. Internet Mail Logon Enter your Full address and the password you used when creating your mailbox 7. You have finished setting up your mailbox, click Finish and then close the Internet Accounts Dialog box.
26 8. Congratulations! You can now click Send/Recv to send and receive your .
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