cPanel (control Panel) is a management tool based on web technologies for managing sites easily, with a clean interface. A cPanel is accessed through ports 2082 and 2083 (for versions of SSL ) authentication is HTTP or login page and available on RepriseHosting Linux hosting plans, Cpanel VPS Hosting and Linux Dedicated Servers.
Note 1: Based on your OS (Operating System) and web browser, your computer may show the Login prompt little bit different that what is shown in the image above. Even though it looks a little different, it works the same way.
Note 2: You’ll get one login interface per cPanel. If you create addon, subdomains then for these addon domains there’s neither separate cPanel nor a separate login. For getting logged into the cPanel for your addon domain, simply login to your primary cPanel account.
If you recently purchased a new account with RepriseHosting, you should type the following information into the address bar of your browser:
If your domain name is already pointing to RepriseHosting, then you can use the domain name to log into cPanel. Here is an example:
Use your domain name instead of yourdomainname.com used in the example.
The login details (Username and Password) to log into cPanel can be found in your welcome email. If you do not have the correct login, please contact RepriseHosting via phone 1.877.HOST.839, live chat or Contact us through this link:- https://www.reprisehosting.com/client/contact.php for help.
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