[ALUG] 401 Access Denied Error
tony at ttiger.co.uk
Fri Jun 8 13:45:40 BST 2007
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From: "Tony" <tony at ttiger.co.uk>
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Sent: Friday, June 08, 2007 1:13 PM
Subject: Re: [ALUG] 401 Access Denied Error
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "James Taylor" <jt at imen.org.uk>
> To: <main at lists.alug.org.uk>
> Sent: Friday, June 08, 2007 12:57 PM
> Subject: Re: [ALUG] 401 Access Denied Error
>>> On Fri, Jun 08, 2007 at 09:54:15AM +0100, Tony wrote:
>>>> I was just wondring if anyone has any ideas. I have a reseller account
>>>> which uses WHM and CPanel but whenever I try to access either, I get
>>>> "410 Access Denied -
>>>> The server was configured to not permit you access to the specified
>>>> resource. If you believe this is in error or inadvertent, please
>>>> the system administrator and ask them to update the host access files."
>>>> A URL I can't access is http://echo.xnoc.net:2082/
>>>> It was working fine on Wednesday but the problem started yesterday.
>>>> I have tries using a different PC but with the same result but if I
>>>> to a dial up modem it works fine but I dial up using a different ISP.
>>>> have a fixed IP with my broadband ISP (Newnet).
>>> Are you going through a web proxy that doesn't allow things not on port
>>> 80 or 443? Does the error message you get have details of which server
>>> isn't configured to let you have access?
>> Can I also suggest visiting https://echo.xnoc.net:2083/ ? If you have
>> the https stuff installed, then the secrure ports area ll one higher on
>> whm/cpanel. Do you get failures on both CPanel AND WHM or just one?
I have just installed a USB broadband modem and get the same errors using a
modem so that rules out problems with the router.
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