I can't reach cPanel on port 2082

If you have a firewall or your ISP doesn't allow connections to cPanel on port 2082, you can access cPanel by going to your sub domain of http://cpanel.yourdomain.com.  

Replace yourdomain.com with your domain.  

Your domain must be pointing at our nameservers for this to work.

 

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