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rjraaz
Please help anyone i have got the following error when trying to access my cpanel through http://72.232.207.138:2222


Quote:
The connection has timed out


The server at 72.232.207.138 is taking too long to respond.


* The site could be temporarily unavailable or too busy. Try again in a few
moments.

* If you are unable to load any pages, check your computer's network
connection.

* If your computer or network is protected by a firewall or proxy, make sure
that Firefox is permitted to access the Web.


I am using dial up connection using GPRS.

Thanks in advance
Bondings
It's working for me. Maybe try the version with port 80: http://cp.frihost.org/ . However the port-80 version has a few problems, like a few wrong links and some things not working.
AftershockVibe
This is most likely your phone provider blocking things on certain ports. Works for me too, even on my phone...
rjraaz
Bondings wrote:
It's working for me. Maybe try the version with port 80: http://cp.frihost.org/ . However the port-80 version has a few problems, like a few wrong links and some things not working.


i have already tried got same problem
rjraaz
AftershockVibe wrote:
This is most likely your phone provider blocking things on certain ports. Works for me too, even on my phone...



i have checked it out on other providers also but got same problem, it works on opera with turbo but some links are broken
Bondings
I'm sorry, the cp version doesn't seem to be working at the moment. Maybe I haven't enabled it yet since nobody asked for it before. I'll check it out.

Maybe it would be better to change everything to https? There would be 2 problems. First of all, the certificate would be self-signed and some browsers (like Firefox) complain a lot about it (you have to add the certificate after some warnings). Secondly, https is sometimes also blocked, although in different situations.
rjraaz
Bondings wrote:
I'm sorry, the cp version doesn't seem to be working at the moment. Maybe I haven't enabled it yet since nobody asked for it before. I'll check it out.

Maybe it would be better to change everything to https? There would be 2 problems. First of all, the certificate would be self-signed and some browsers (like Firefox) complain a lot about it (you have to add the certificate after some warnings). Secondly, https is sometimes also blocked, although in different situations.


Ok, but i think it just the problem of my net connection i am just working on dial modem of 28kbs. because when i switched on turbo on opera it works fine but there may decrease in quality of graphics.

is there any other way to access cPanel option for uploading my file i can use filezilla but for autoresponder settings what will i do, and for phpmyadmin also
Bondings
rjraaz wrote:
Bondings wrote:
I'm sorry, the cp version doesn't seem to be working at the moment. Maybe I haven't enabled it yet since nobody asked for it before. I'll check it out.

Maybe it would be better to change everything to https? There would be 2 problems. First of all, the certificate would be self-signed and some browsers (like Firefox) complain a lot about it (you have to add the certificate after some warnings). Secondly, https is sometimes also blocked, although in different situations.


Ok, but i think it just the problem of my net connection i am just working on dial modem of 28kbs. because when i switched on turbo on opera it works fine but there may decrease in quality of graphics.

is there any other way to access cPanel option for uploading my file i can use filezilla but for autoresponder settings what will i do, and for phpmyadmin also

If I'm not mistaken, the turbo option of Opera is a sort of proxy, so I guess that's why it works. Maybe try to work with that one?
rjraaz
Bondings wrote:
rjraaz wrote:
Bondings wrote:
I'm sorry, the cp version doesn't seem to be working at the moment. Maybe I haven't enabled it yet since nobody asked for it before. I'll check it out.

Maybe it would be better to change everything to https? There would be 2 problems. First of all, the certificate would be self-signed and some browsers (like Firefox) complain a lot about it (you have to add the certificate after some warnings). Secondly, https is sometimes also blocked, although in different situations.


Ok, but i think it just the problem of my net connection i am just working on dial modem of 28kbs. because when i switched on turbo on opera it works fine but there may decrease in quality of graphics.

is there any other way to access cPanel option for uploading my file i can use filezilla but for autoresponder settings what will i do, and for phpmyadmin also

If I'm not mistaken, the turbo option of Opera is a sort of proxy, so I guess that's why it works. Maybe try to work with that one?



No cP version is not working on opera turbo, the port 2222 cPanel is working fine on it.
Bondings
The cp version isn't working on server 4, so that is normal.
rjraaz
Bondings wrote:
The cp version isn't working on server 4, so that is normal.


ok Thanks for your reply and interest

may i ask one more think is it possible for me to access my databases on my local system, as i have installed xampp on my system (want to access mysql using remote access) you can tell me general not for xampp only.

And is there any other way to access and configure mail option other than cPanel.

i just want all those things as i have low speed connection and i think timeout setting for cPanel is short .

Please dont mind anything and Sorry for my anytype of mistake
Bondings
Why don't you use Opera turbo for everything?

The databases are accessible on http://frihost.org/phpMyAdmin/ . You need to login with the username/password of the database user, which you need to create in the DirectAdmin control panel.
rjraaz
Bondings wrote:
Why don't you use Opera turbo for everything?

The databases are accessible on http://frihost.org/phpMyAdmin/ . You need to login with the username/password of the database user, which you need to create in the DirectAdmin control panel.



I can use Opera turbo, but there may be two problems

1. Since it is a proxy server there may be security risk.
2. Due to decrease in quality of graphics i cant scale my own designed graphics (but this is not considerable i can manage it anyway)

Thanks for help.
Bondings
rjraaz wrote:
Bondings wrote:
Why don't you use Opera turbo for everything?

The databases are accessible on http://frihost.org/phpMyAdmin/ . You need to login with the username/password of the database user, which you need to create in the DirectAdmin control panel.



I can use Opera turbo, but there may be two problems

1. Since it is a proxy server there may be security risk.
2. Due to decrease in quality of graphics i cant scale my own designed graphics (but this is not considerable i can manage it anyway)

Thanks for help.

The problem with proxies is that unsecured data (like passwords) can be captured by the proxy server. And I guess a lot of them do it.

However, I think that Opera can be trusted in this case; the chance that they want to capture your DirectAdmin login and data is rather small. Wink

About the graphics, I would use ftp to upload them, the same for your pages.
rjraaz
Bondings wrote:
rjraaz wrote:
Bondings wrote:
Why don't you use Opera turbo for everything?

The databases are accessible on http://frihost.org/phpMyAdmin/ . You need to login with the username/password of the database user, which you need to create in the DirectAdmin control panel.



I can use Opera turbo, but there may be two problems

1. Since it is a proxy server there may be security risk.
2. Due to decrease in quality of graphics i cant scale my own designed graphics (but this is not considerable i can manage it anyway)

Thanks for help.

The problem with proxies is that unsecured data (like passwords) can be captured by the proxy server. And I guess a lot of them do it.

However, I think that Opera can be trusted in this case; the chance that they want to capture your DirectAdmin login and data is rather small. Wink

About the graphics, I would use ftp to upload them, the same for your pages.



Ok finally i get two result from this overall discussion

1. I have to use opera turbo
2. I have to change my network connection as i have accessed it from my works place where we use high speed connection. For cPanel related work i will use this.

Thanks again for your help
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