Access files before dns propogates

U

Unregistered

Guest
3. Copy domains content;
THis is gonna sound like a dumb question.. but ive gotta ask it cause i dont know :p



How do i upload my content and configure a database before i change the namerservers ?

I understand i can use my Main I.P http://with /~mydomain and view my index.. but how do i actually upload my site before the name server change ? and how do i get access to the Cpanel in order to upload and configure my database ?

regards
gaz
 

khiltd

New Member
THis is gonna sound like a dumb question.. but ive gotta ask it cause i dont know :p



How do i upload my content and configure a database before i change the namerservers ?

I understand i can use my Main I.P http://with /~mydomain and view my index.. but how do i actually upload my site before the name server change ? and how do i get access to the Cpanel in order to upload and configure my database ?

regards
gaz
You just use the same IP address.
 
U

Unregistered

Guest
Access files via IP address

I dont really understand.. if i use my Main I.P addy for the server or the I.P for the actually domain name i added.. I can only see my index /cgi-bin/

I cant add /cpanel on the end to log into that, and i cant use FTP either.

So how do i get access to upload ?

just using http://123.123.123/#mydomain doesnt work

confussed
 

KH-Joel

KH Sales
Staff member
I dont really understand.. if i use my Main I.P addy for the server or the I.P for the actually domain name i added.. I can only see my index /cgi-bin/

I cant add /cpanel on the end to log into that, and i cant use FTP either.

So how do i get access to upload ?

just using http://123.123.123/#mydomain doesnt work

confussed
The Pre-Sales forum isn't for addressing your issue mentioned above. Please open a ticket with our Support team at support.knownhost.com for further assistance.

Thanks,
Joel
 

khiltd

New Member
I dont really understand.. if i use my Main I.P addy for the server or the I.P for the actually domain name i added.. I can only see my index /cgi-bin/
Login as root and you can see everything.

i cant use FTP either.
Use SFTP.

No, you need to use a tilde and the username, not a hash and domain name.

e.g. http://123.123.123.123/~myuser

Apache will also have to be configured to allow this:

http://httpd.apache.org/docs/1.3/mod/mod_userdir.html
 

ppc

Moderator
Posts moved from pre-sales forum.

Gaz, please create an account and discuss here in the correct forum.

Regards,
 
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