Sender and receiver are separated by two 1-Gigabit/s links and a single switch. The packet size is 5000 bits, and each link introduces a propagation delay of 10 microseconds. Assume that the switch begins forwarding immediately after it has received the last bit of the packet and the queues are empty.
For each link, it takes 1 Gigabits/5 Kbits = 5 microseconds to transmit the packet on the link, after which it takes an additional 10 microseconds for the last bit to propagate across the link. Thus, with only one switch that starts forwarding only after receiving the whole packet, the total transfer delay is two transmit delays + two propagation delays = 30 microseconds.
This post was originally added to our blog on January 31st, 2012. It has been updated for accuracy, and readability.
cPanel has made it easier to manage your domains in a single place. In this post, we will go over how to add another domain to your existing cPanel account. This tutorial will require that you have a hosting account and have access to cPanel to add the domain.
Are you unfamiliar with what DNS is or what the different DNS records mean? Please review cPanel’s DNS FAQ article for more information!
In this walkthrough, cpanel.rocks is our primary domain, and cpdocs.com is our addon domain. We will also need the nameservers from the web host, and the IP address that the addon domain will point to. The IP address is found in cPanel by clicking the Server Information tool under General Information and then viewing the Shared IP address value.
Let’s recap with some example information for the necessary DNS information:
cpanel.rocks— The account’s main domain. This domain was set up for you by your hosting provider. In other words, we already control this domain. cpdocs.com — The domain we are going to add to our account.
ns1.cpanel.rocks — The server’s primary nameserver.
ns2.cpanel.rocks — The server’s secondary nameserver.
18.104.22.168 — The IP address our addon domain will use.
What is an addon domain?
The cPanel “Addon Domains” feature allows you to manage multiple domains from a single hosting account. Unlike with Parked domains, Addon domains are expected to be completely different websites all hosted inside the same cPanel account. You can also create additional sub-accounts (for example, email addresses) for your addon domains.
Why addon domains?
You can use them to save money. With addon domains, you don’t have to purchase an additional hosting account for each domain you operate. You can simply create addon domains and split your existing account’s resources.
Addon domains. How do they work?
Like subdomains, addon domains are stored in a subdirectory in your home directory. Essentially, online visitors to your addon domain are routed to this directory. As shown below, you may specify the name and precise location of this directory when creating the addon domain. Most commonly, the document root for any addon domain will be in /home/$user/$addon-domain/. In our example, the addon domain’s public_html subdirectory will be /home/$user/cpdocs.com/.
What do I need to do before creating the addon domain?
While not required, it’s a good idea to update the DNS of your domain to resolve to the server where it is hosted. We recommend contacting your web host for the proper nameservers and IP address for your server. Then, take this information to your domain’s registrar (or your hosting provider if they are the domain registrar) and update the domain’s DNS settings. If you’re not sure who your domain’s registrar is, you can always search for your domain on WHO.is. This action will perform a lookup and display which company was responsible for registering your domain. If your domain is not registered, this would be the perfect opportunity to purchase the domain from your preferred registrar.
How do I add the addon domain to cPanel?
To add an addon domain, we can use cPanel’s Addon Domains feature, in the Domains section of the cPanel interface.
Addon Domains in cPanel Interface
Addon Domains Icon in cPanel user interface
Enter the domain name in the New Domain Name field. In this case, we will enter cpdocs.com.
Ensure the FTP username is appropriate in the next field. In this scenario, we will leave it as its default value, cpdocs.
Make sure that the document root is in the appropriate place. In this example, we will use the default value, /home/$user/cpdocs.com/.
Enter and confirm the password you want to use with this domain in the appropriate fields. Note- There is a checkbox to create an FTP account when adding your addon domain. Unless you specifically need an FTP account for the addon domain (i.e., allowing limited access to a developer or similar), we do not recommend creating this FTP account.
Click the Add button.
Create an Addon domain
Image shows the Create an addon domain interface from cPanel user interface
If you see an error in this interface, that means that your hosting provider has not enabled this feature for your account, or there may be another problem. Please contact your hosting provider to fix the error before continuing.
Verifying our DNS settings
When adding an addon domain, cPanel will automatically create a DNS zone file for the domain. From the Zone Editor interface, we can see that the A record for ‘cpdocs.com’ is set to 22.214.171.124, the cPanel account IP address. If you do not see those options, your account may not have the correct feature permissions. The next step is to talk to your hosting provider to have the Advanced DNS Editor feature added. Once these are enabled, you will be able to see all of the DNS records assigned to your domain.
If you need to assign a different A record to your domain, you may use the “Edit an A record” function in cPanel’s Zone Editor.
Add an A record for “cpdocs.com”
Image showing the Add an A record interface in cPanel user interface
Please make sure when editing the A record for your addon domain, there is a period at the end of the domain name. If this period is missing, the DNS record will be incorrect, as it will not be considered a Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN). Now that the DNS record has been added, the domain will begin a period of propagation. DNS records can sometimes take up 24 hours to fully propagate, so a bit of patience will be required. Once the propagation period has passed, your domain will be publicly accessible!
I’ve set up my addon domain! Now what?
Now you can start building your website! Not sure where to get started? Why not give WordPress a try by using the WordPress Manager! You can also discuss all of these awesome features with us over our Discord or Slack channels, on the Official cPanel subreddit, or meet us in person at the 2018 cPanel Conference!
You got this error because the domain is not yet pointing to hosting server. you have need to ask hosting provider directly added domain as addon domain in account “account name” from hosting end. You may need to re-log in the account to see the domain.
Seller Identity Verification
To help us maintain a trusted marketplace for buyers and sellers, we’ll need some additional proofs for the information you provided during registration.
If you’ve already submitted your documents
The review process can take up to two business days from the time we receive your documents. We will email you the result.
Note: You’ll gain access to Seller Central after your account is verified.
If you haven’t submitted your documents
Go to the Seller Identity Verification page.
Under Please select your country/region, choose your country or region from the drop-down option.
Note: Document requirements might change based on your country.
In the Submit required documents section, upload your documents.
Under Provide contact information, enter your Email address and Phone number (optional).
Note: If you require additional time before submitting your information, you can select the Save draft button to save your information and return to the Seller Identity Verification page later.
Important: We reject documents when we can’t verify them or when they don’t meet our criteria. Our decision to approve or reject a document is final and cannot be appealed, although you can re-apply with a new account.
Amazon requires two documents in order to verify your identity. To avoid having your documents rejected, make sure they meet the following criteria:
All documents must:
be valid (not expired, revoked, or closed)
be high-quality, in color, and unobstructed (not angled, blurry, or cropped)
show the full page
not be a screenshot
display matching information (such as your ID number or name) that you use to register to sell on Amazon
be scanned images, or a photo taken from your mobile device’s camera (no screenshots)
display the full document (front and back, if applicable)
be less than 10MB in size
be in one of these formats: gif, png, jpg, pdf, and docx. Do not include special characters in the file name (examples: $, &, or #)
be authentic and unaltered
be in one of these supported languages: Chinese, English, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Portuguese, or Spanish
Note: If your documents are in another language, you can submit notarized translations in a supported language.
The identity documents required for each seller depends on the country or state your business is headquartered in, and where you live.
The drop-down options will tell you which options are available to you, such as: passport, driver license, or national ID. In addition to the above requirements for all documents, the ID must:
show a full document page, or in case of national identity cards, both sides of the card
be a government-issued identity card that is distributed and recognized by the country where you are a citizen or resident
be in color (black and white not accepted)
for multi-page files (both sides of the ID), if the screen does not ask for separate front and back image uploads, be sure to merge the images into one file to upload
have date of birth (if applicable) that matches the date of birth provided during registration
have a signature
if submitting a passport, be sure the passport has your signature
The additional documents requested vary by country and state. An additional document (your customized options display on the registration page) might be a document that proves your business is valid, such as: business license, bank statement, credit card statement, or utility bill.
Some companies, corporations, or charities need to submit a government-issued national ID for the primary contact, or the beneficial owner or trustee.
The name of the point of contact or company mentioned on the document should match the point of contact name or business name provided during registration.
You can hide the transaction amount, but the document must remain intact.
Document must not be password-protected.
Do not provide a photo of your credit card or debit card.
Do not provide a bank letter acknowledging an account opening.
Do not provide a bank passbook (except in India and Japan).
Do not provide a business registration certificate.
You might be asked to submit a bank account statement, credit card statement, or business license based on your location. Make sure your documents meet the following criteria:
Bank account or credit card statements:
Must match the name of the business or point of contact provided during registration
Must contain the business address and show customer transactions
Must be dated within the last 180 days
Be in color (black and white not accepted)
Must show transaction activity, but you can black out the transaction amount
If the bank account is in the name of your business, the bank account name on the document must be the name of your business. However, if you have a sole proprietorship, the bank account name on the document must be the sole proprietor’s name.
Bank logo, bank account number, business address, business name or point of contact (name of person to contact on behalf of the business), and bank account holder name must be clearly visible.
The name of the legal representative or beneficiary owner should match the name on the identity document.
The address should match the business address provided during registration.
Must be valid for at least 45 days from the time of registration.
Must not be revoked or closed by the local government.
Business name and details must be visible.
Proof of address
Name and address must be visible.
Could be (your options will display in a drop-down on the page) a water, electricity, gas, internet, telecom bill issued by the utility company, or a mobile phone bill.
If a utility bill for the given address is not under your name, provide a utility bill associated to the address used to register, and any other supporting documents that prove you are operating from that address, even if the bill is not under your name.
Must be issued within the last 180 days.
What to expect after you upload your document
If the necessary documents and information are uploaded, a message will display “Thank you for your request.” Close the tab in your browser.
After you submit documents, Amazon will review your information and may contact you for further clarification, if needed, within 3 business days.
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