cpanel whumcs module allows you to manage and monitor your network connections and applications on the desktop, laptop, and tablet.
This module also provides a variety of options to make managing connections easier and more convenient.
The module allows users to:Configure and manage connections, network and app availability, manage network traffic and availability, and manage firewall rules and configurations.
To install cpanel, first download the latest cpanel release and unzip it.
Next, open the .zip file in Notepad, and add the following lines:Cpanel-2.0.7.zip This is the cpanel source code file.
To view the source code for this module, open it in Notpip.
Next, right-click on cpanel.exe and select Properties.
In the Properties window, click on the Network tab, and then click on Advanced Options.
In this window, you will see the Network connections section.
You will also see the Allow network connections to be dropped section.
Select the Allow all network connections section and click OK.
After this, click the OK button.
The cpanel-1.0-rc3 source code files are now available on GitHub.