How Do I Log into the Web Host Manager (WHM)?
The Web Host Manager (WHM) is a control dashboard that allows a user administrative access to the cPanel's backend. To find out more about how awesome WHM is, please visit this article, What is WHM (Web Host Manager)?
This article discusses various ways on how to log into the WHM. Here is a video guide showing you how to log into your WHM using the details in your Welcome email and also an overview of what you can do in WHM.
Want to know your WHM link, username and password, and other account information? Click the Check Your Welcome Email link.
Haven't bookmarked your WHM link yet? Launch WHM through your Customer Portal; just click Option 1.
Need to know how to directly access your WHM in a browser? Check out direct methods in Option 2.
Want to check your emails? Webmail access is what you need.
- Check Your Welcome Email ⤵
- Option 1: Via Customer Portal ⤵
- Option 2: Via Direct Links ⤵
- Webmail Access ⤵
When you signed up for web hosting, the link to your WHM login page and your username and password are all provided in your Welcome email, along with your other server details.
In the Welcome email, you will find:
- Your Control Panel - This is your WHM's URL and usually ends with ":2087." You may want to open that link in a browser and bookmark the URL.
- Your Username - This is your WHM's username.
- Your Password - This is your WHM's password
Option 1: Use Customer Portal to Launch WHM
Another way to access your WHM is through your Customer Portal. In the dashboard, a button will take you to your WHM by opening a new tab in your browser. Click the Launch WHM button to access your WHM login page.
Option 2: Use Direct Links to Access WHM
Direct access to the WHM is also an option. The necessary login details (including your server name and IP address) are also in your Welcome email. Here are several methods to directly access your WHM in a browser.
Method 1: Via Server Name
Using your server name, you can add "whm" in the URL or use 2087 as the secure port number.
Method 2: Via IP Address
Use your IP address, followed by either "whm" or the secure port number 2087:
If you cannot access the WHM using the secure URLs listed above, the port for WHM (2087) may be blocked by your ISP, router, or company (if accessing the internet from your corporate offices).
Webmail can be accessed in either of the following ways:
Interested to know more about WHM? Here is a bunch of helpful articles to show you the basic and advanced information about WHM: