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WHM(Web Hosting Manager)
WHM is a web hosting application that provides access to various server tools and functions to help the server administrators and resellers. Using WHM, the administrator can
  1. Configure reseller and end-user accounts.
  2. Configure DNS.
  3. Establish specific service package that includes the various web hosting plans.
  4. Setup C-panel.
  5. Establish the skeleton files and folders that are included in a new account.
  6. Enable branding or reseller accounts.
  7. Begin,suspend or terminate account services.
  8. Monitor account activity.
  9. Establish bandwidth and storage quotas.
  10. Add delete or modify ip's.
WHM is a very useful program that allows administrative access to the backend of the cPanel. WHM gives the user a lot more control and flexibility irrespective of the number of sites. A single WHM installation gives you the option to create and manage multiple C-panel accounts. It allows server administrators to either enable or disable specific web hosting functions depending on the reseller or the end-user's access privileges.
cPanel is a web hosting application that provides access to various tools and functions to server administrators, resellers and end-users by means of a graphical interface. The main advantage of cPanel is its ease of use. The user doesnt have to type in commands / know how to deal with configuration files. cPanel connects both internal and third party software products that are necessary to perform certain subroutine tasks like
  1. Enable SPAM filters.
  2. Setup and check webmail.
  3. Establish email accounts.
  4. Access to help files.
  5. Gain access to support.
  6. Access to addon features and software such as word press, drupal etc.
  7. Authorise FTP access.
  8. Setup cron jobs.
  9. Initiate backups.
  10. Monitor bandwidth usage and diskstorage.

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