Preset Cpanel Servers

To preset a server:

First login and go to the WHM > Server Configuration > Basic cPanel/WHM
Setup:

1) Check that the main ip is the server primary ip
2) Make sure that the primary and secondary ns are set to ns1 and ns2 (or
how they had been prior to a reload)
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Next go to WHM > Server Configuration > Tweak Settings:

Leave all the settings alone…ADD the following:
1) Under Domains: “Prevent users from parking/adding on common
internet domains. (ie hotmail.comaol.com)”
2) Under Mail: “Attempt to prevent pop3 connection floods”
3) “Default catch-all/default address behavior for new accounts.” Select
‘fail’
4) “Email users when they have reached 80% of their bandwidth”
5) “Include a list of Pop before SMTP senders in the X-PopBeforeSMTP header
when relaying mail. (exim 4.34-30+ required)”
6) “Silently Discard all FormMail-clone requests with a bcc: header in the
subject line”
7) “Track the origin of messages sent though the mail server by adding the
X-Sender headers (exim 4.34+ required)”
Cool Under Software: “Loader to use for internal cPanel PHP” select
‘sourceguardian’
9) Under Status: “The load average that will cause the server status to
appear red (leave blank for default):” >> 5
10) Under System: “Allow Sharing Nameserver Ips”
11) “Use jailshell as the default shell for all new accounts and modified
accounts”

Click save at the bottom
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Next, WHM > Server Configuration > Update Config:

1) Select ‘Automatic (RELEASE Tree)’
2) Verify that the cPanel Package Update and Security Package Update are
also set to ‘Automatic’
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Next WHM > Security > Shell Fork Bomb Protection:

1) Enable Protection
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Next, go to WHM > Security > Tweak Security please enable:

1) Php open_basedir Tweak
2) Compilers Tweak
3) SMTP Tweak
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Next, WHM > Service Configuration:

1) Exim Configuration editor – enable Verify the existence of email senders

2) FTP configuration – Make sure Anonymous FTP is disabled
3) Nameserver Setup – Be sure that the nameserver is running
4) Service Manager – Check to monitor all EXCEPT the following:
Entropychat, Interchange, Melange, Tomcat and Exim on Another Port
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Next, WHM > Cluster/Remote Access > Setup Remote Access Key:

1) Connect to SSH (if not already) and run the script:
pico /usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel/rvwhmkey
2) Copy/paste the key into the space provided, click ctrl x to exit, y to
save and hit enter to return to the prompt.

(NOTE: if there is no pico, an alternate method can be used: vi
/usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel/rvwhmkey; then press ‘i’ to insert text; paste
text; hit ‘esc’ to stop inserting text; press ‘:wq’ to save and exit- if you
need to exit without saving- ‘:q!’ will bring you back to prompt)
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Next, back to WHM > Account Functions > Create a New Account:

1) Create an account with domain ‘rvadmin.com‘, username ‘rvadmin’ and
password of <same as root>
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Next, WHM > System Health > Background Process Killer:

1) Click all open boxes and save.
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Next, WHM > cPanel xx.xx.xx > Addon Modules:

1) Click on cPanel Pro, Clamavconnector, Modbandwidth, Modsecurity and
Addonupdates and click ‘save’ to install.
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Next, WHM > cPanel xx.xx.xx > Addon Scripts:

1) Click all and click ‘save’ to install.
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Next, WHM > Add-ons:
mod_security

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