Where to find server information?

There are 3 ways of finding out what your server information is. Mainly, this was sent to the registered email address when you signed up for a hosting plan. However, if you have deleted the information or having a hard time finding it, please follow the instructions below on how to find your server information.

Find server information via cPanel

1st Way

(Note: This is only applicable if both emails and websites are hosted in the same hosting package with Vodien.)

Step 1. Type in your domain name in the URL address bar and add /cpanel. Example: your domain name is testdomain.com, what you may need to type in is testdomain.com/cpanel.

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Step 2. This should redirect you to the cPanel log in page. If you notice it is preceded by https:// and ends with :2083. You may need to remove these two. In the example below, the server or the hostname is biz104.vodien.com.

(Note: Different hosting packages have different hostname. This is only an example.)

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2nd Way

Step 1. Log in to the cPanel.

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Step 2. Located at the left side of your cPanel is a table wherein you can see information about your hosting package. Scroll down and click on Expand Stats.

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Step 3. In the expanded information, click Server Information link.

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Step 4. Look for the Server Name and the detail is your hostname. You need to add .vodien.com next to it. In this example, the server name is biz104 which means your hostname is biz104.vodien.com.

(Note: Different hosting packages have different hostname. This is only an example.)

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If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to contact our support team.

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