Your IP address has changed. Please log in again.Your IP address has changed. Please log in again.

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  1. flyoutcricket21

    flyoutcricket21 New Member

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    For some reason I can't access my account. It will not allow me to log into cpanel. It keeps saying Your IP address has changed. Please log in again.Your IP address has changed. Please log in again. Thoughts?
     
  2. ttbx10ho

    ttbx10ho Member

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    Could try flushing DNS cache or release and renew IP lease and or delete browser history/cookies/temp files. I have got an error once a long time ago because my clock was not set.
     
  3. flyoutcricket21

    flyoutcricket21 New Member

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    I flushed DNS cache released and renew IP lease and deleted temp files. I can't seem to log in. I recently had to sign up for a new account b/c the old one had been deleted. Is there any way this can be fixed?
     
  4. Dead-i

    Dead-i x10Hosting Support Ninja Community Support

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    Hi flyoutcricket21,

    Your IP address appears to be changing. For security reasons, cPanel will verify that your IP address does not change during your session. Are you browsing from a public or mobile network? :)

    Thank you,
     
  5. flyoutcricket21

    flyoutcricket21 New Member

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    Mobile hot spot. I also have always used a mobile hot spot with my account.
     
  6. essellar

    essellar Community Advocate Community Support

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    Your physical location (and time of day) can matter a lot with a mobile hotspot; you may be getting tossed back and forth between cells and servers, which will change your IP address on the far side of the NAT (even though your service-provided network local IP address remains fixed).
     
  7. flyoutcricket21

    flyoutcricket21 New Member

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    Do you guys know if there is any way to fix this? I can't work on my website. :-( I may have to change hosting companies.
     
  8. essellar

    essellar Community Advocate Community Support

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    Have you tried moving the hotspot to get a better signal, or working at a different time of day? Apart from that (or connecting using a different means altogether) there is no fix. (x10Hosting is not going to open their servers up to eavesdropper exploits, no matter how inconvenient that may be to you.)
     
  9. caftpx10

    caftpx10 Well-Known Member

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    As stated a few posts ago, this is a security feature in CPanel and it is there for .. well security.
    Many control panels (regardless which host) will have this feature so all you can do is either find a WiFi hotspot (not mobile-based) or maybe try to stay in one place. Essellar has pretty much explained it all.
     
  10. ttbx10ho

    ttbx10ho Member

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    One more thing you could try, if you have a mobile device that looks for the 3G or 4G try setting it to 3G only in the device web admin (192.168.1.1). The towers may be having trouble with 4G so the modem bounces back and forth. At least till the 4G gets working.
     
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    bdistler Well-Known Member Prime Account

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    I have no issues with using WiFi from my cell phone mobile-hot-spot - while working on my x10hosting's free-hosting account
     
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    kush New Member

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    The fastest and easiest solution I'd say is to use a VPN. That way cpanel only reads one IP address; the one your VPN sends. You can use hotspot shield. Once you connect on Hotspot Shield, you can log in without any error.
     
  13. bdistler

    bdistler Well-Known Member Prime Account

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    while you hijacked a thread from 2014-11-03...

    if you are using a proxy -:- or you are using VPN -:- or you are using something like TOR -:- or any tunneling protocol --- you CAN NOT setup -:- or open -:- or log-into a x10hosting's free-hosting account --- this is a computer (system) setting and staff can not bypass (override) it
     

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