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WHMCS opt in while being on WHM/cPanel



I am one of the team member of Edkent Media and we are trying to start web hosting reseller services as well. Now the quickest way to do so is opt in for WHMCs. I have one issue that how we can go for WHMCs being integrated with cPanel and WHM. As I want to server resources get split automatically and assigned to the client as well. I have tried WHMCs before but I was not that active.. Please help me to understand the concept??

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Hi there,

WHMCS can sit on top of of more than one cPanel/WHM server to provision new hosting accounts. Once you have a running instance of WHMCS and at least one cPanel/WHM server with at least one package configured, you can follow the instructions to integrate it with WHMCS laid out here : https://docs.whmcs.com/CPanel/WHM

More than one server can be configured and they can be organized into groups. WHMCS will be able to provision new accounts on the server that belongs to the group with less resources used at the time.

Our software can integrate and provision on several other server platforms. The ones officially supported in our latest release can be found here: https://docs.whmcs.com/Server_Modules

An order from your clients can trigger the creation of their account, start their invoicing and the provisioning of their hosting package right after the payment if you so wish. 

Here is our Getting Started Guide which may be useful to you:  https://docs.whmcs.com/Getting_Started

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