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On 2/22/2018 at 08:27, ksammy2000 said:

Hello, please I'd like to know how I can add and configure NameSilo as a Domain Registrar in my WHMCS. Thank you

the installation instructions are available in a PDF file within the zip when you download the third-party registrar WHMCS module from Namesilo's site.



Installation Instructions

Installing the NameSilo module for WHMCS is easy and only takes a few minutes. This module allows WHMCS to interface with NameSilo’s API to provide Registration, Transfer, Renewal, EPP Authcodes, DNS management and domain updates to be processed in real-time. In addition we have included a script to sync Expiry and Due Dates for domains to ensure even if something changes outside of WHMCS that it will remain up-to-date.

To Install the module:

  1. Upload the “namesilo” folder to your WHMCS Registrar Modules Directory with a standard FTP client. (eg, http://www.yourdomain.com/whmcs/modules/registrars/namesilo)
  2. Log in to WHMCS, under "Setup" click on "Domain Registrars" select "NameSilo" from the list.
  3. Fill in the details. *NOTE: Only your live API key is required. All other fields are optional at this time.
  4. If you wish to use the SYNC script to update the domain’s expiry and due dates (if selected in the setup of the registrar module) you will need to setup a CRON tab to run the “namesilo-sync.php” script. Our recommendation would be to have this run nightly to ensure the information displayed to your client’s is as current as possible.

To Upgrade the module:

  1. Upload and overwrite the existing namesilo folder in your WHMCS Registrar Modules Directory with a standard FTP client (eg, http://www.yourdomain.com/whmcs/modules/registrars/namesilo).
  2. Log in to WHMCS and under "Setup" click on "Domain Registrars" select "NameSilo" from the list.
  3. Update any details that are still blank.


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