Are you tired of having to remember complex IP address just to access your CyberPanel? Well, say goodbye to those headaches and hello to a more convenient and professional approach.

In this blog, we’ll be diving into the exciting realm of using a domain name to access CyberPanel. Yes, you read that right! No more memorizing numbers, no more frustration.

By the end of this tutorial, you’ll have the knowledge and tools needed to streamline your server access with ease. So, buckle up, grab a pen and paper, and get ready for a journey that will revolutionize your server management experience!

How To Access CyberPanel Using a Domain Name

Step 1: Add a Website

Login to your CyberPanel. Go to Websites > Create Website and fill in the required details.

Step 2: Issue Hostname SSL

After creating a website, go to SSL > Hostname SSL and select the domain you want to point to your CyberPanel.

Issue Hostname SSL

Step 3. Add Two A records.

Next, we’ll add an A record. We will use Cloudflare to point the IP address we use to our domain.

Just create a free account on Cloudflare and add a website.

Add two A records. One for www and one for non www. Be sure to disable the proxy status because it blocks the 8090 port. We will be using 8090 port to access our CyberPanel later on.

Add two A records

DNS usually propagates within 24 hours. So you may experience intermittent access on your domain.


Step 4: Access CyberPanel

So once you’re done with adding A records, it’s time to access our CyberPanel using the domain we pointed. This is the pattern to access our CyberPanel: https://yourdomain:8090

In this tutorial, our domain is shapethatbod.com so it will https://shapethatbod.com:8090. With our without https:// will always redirect to https:// once we have installed Hostname SSL.

Access CyberPanel Using the Domain

The credentials for logging in is the same. So you should be able to login.

Succesfully Logged In to Our DomainCyberPanel

So finally, we can now use our domain to access our CyberPanel instead of naked IP url. Now it’s much easier to focus on creating and managing your websites!

In Summary

Accessing CyberPanel using a domain name is a straightforward process that can be easily achieved by following the steps outlined in this blog.

By properly configuring your domain name and DNS records, you can access your CyberPanel control panel without having to rely on the IP address.

This can make it easier to manage your web hosting and make your website more accessible to your users. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced user, these tips will help you get started with accessing CyberPanel using a domain name.

6 Comments

  1. How to disable getting to the site by ip on port 80?

    1. Do you mean port 8090? CyberPanel cannot be accessed without a port at least as of now.

  2. Can I access it using the same domain I used for wordpress? Should I create a subdomain and assign it to my control panel?

    1. Yes you can but to be safe use a subdomain as a hostname to access CyberPanel.

  3. Thanks for the clear instructions!
    We have more than one domain on the same server, let’s call them a.com, b.com & c.com.

    The problem is that :8090 works on all of them but we have hostname ssl on the first one only.

    So, if you go to a.com:8090 all is perfect, but b.com:8090 and c.com:8090 also try to load cyberpanel just with ssl errors.

    How can we either block 8090 on the other domains or redirect them to a.com:8090?

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