Provide Dedicated Servers from Limestone Networks to your clients with this free WHMCS module. Integrate the server controls directly into your WHMCS for your clients to manage their dedicated servers. This white-label module provides automated functionalities through the Limestone Networks API and your WHMCS installation.
The Limestone Networks Dedicated Server module enhances client experience and creates a professional manner of Reselling white-label dedicated servers alongside your other hosting services. Clients will now have control through the module's various client side functions, such as Reboot Server, Turn ON/Off Server, and rDNS settings of their IP network.
Administrative features include automated rDNS modifications (which sets rDNS for all server IPs upon provisioning to a domain of your choice), suspend (close public port), unsuspend (open public port), and terminate (registers cancellation request), as well as the reboot, server power and rDNS modification capabilities.
This WHMCS addon is provided without support. Limestone Networks' support department does not provide any assistance with the installation or use of this addon.
TLS 1.2 support for curl is required.
Move/Upload all of the files in the oneportal folder to modules/servers/oneportal
For every hosting product/service while you set them up:
Then, go to the "Custom Fields" and add a field with the following:
Then, when you provision a new server for a client:
The best place to start if you need help with a specific product is to contact the developer. All WHMCS Marketplace developers have both a website and support URL listed.
Removed File (updateusage.cron.php) Fully Supports WHMCS 7.2
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