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New Dedicated Server

Posted on 2011-09-20
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I just moved recently to a new dedicated  server from my old VPS.  I moved the site, changed IP's and nameservers ect...  Now when I go to the url it just gives me the default web site from cpanel.  What do I need to ensure is setup right on the new server to fix this?
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by:Roy
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Are you sure that the cpanel is install properly and Apache is configured with proper Data Directory.
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Are you sure the DNS's have been given enough time to refresh?

What do you see if you access the web server by IP?

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Could you try to access the website using temporary url?

http://ipaddrss/~username

If everything is configured correctly, please allow some time for the dns to propagate.
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