This section allows you to configure the services that you and your clients use on the server.
To use the default settings, click Skip This Step and Use Default Settings at the top of the interface.
To configure an FTP server, select the FTP server software that you wish to use. You can choose ProFTPD, Pure-FTPD, or Disabled.
Review the information in the Advantages, Disadvantages, and Notes columns of the table for more information about each option.
To configure a mail server, perform the following steps:
Select the mail server that you wish to use. You can choose Courier, Dovecot, or Disabled.
Review the information in the Features and Notes columns of the table for more information about each option.
If you switch mail servers and you wish to preserve settings for each mailbox as you migrate to the new mail server, select the Convert Mailbox Format checkbox. Deselect this checkbox to speed up the migration.
|If you deselect this box, you may lose your email settings.|
cPHulk runs in the background of your server to protect it from brute force attacks. To enable and configure cPHulk, perform the following steps:
- Select the Enable cPHulk checkbox.
- If you want cPHulk to extend the lockout time for each additional failure past the limit, select the Extend account lockout time upon additional authentication failures checkbox.
- If you want cPHulk to send you a notification whenever it detects a brute force attack, select the Send notification when brute force user is detected. checkbox.
If you wish to configure additional cPHulk settings, select the Configure Advanced Settings checkbox.
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The following Advanced Settings will appear. Enter the desired value in the text box that corresponds to each option:
- IP Based Brute Force Protection Period in minutes — Specifies the number of minutes to block the IP addresses of potentially malicious users. This value defaults to
- Brute Force Protection Period in minutes — Specifies the number of minutes to lock an account. This value defaults to
- Maximum Failures By Account — Specifies the maximum number of failed authentication attempts that are allowed by an account. This value defaults to
- Maximum Failures Per IP — Specifies the maximum number of failed authentication attempts that are allowed by an IP address. This value defaults to
- Maximum Failures Per IP before IP is blocked for two week period — Specifies the number of failed authentication attempts before cPHulk blocks an IP address for a two week period. This value defaults to
Install common set of Perl modules
Select the Provide modules to /usr/bin/perl formerly provided by checkperlmodules checkboxto install a common set of Perl modules to the
Save and continue
Click Save & Go to Step 6.
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