WEBppliance™ is packaged with core Private Hosting server applications and features that allow you, as a hosting provider, or corporate user to offer a full range of services to your users. These services include a Web server, an FTP server, a DNS server, Mail servers, and site security.
WEBppliance also includes many useful administration tools, such as a file manager to help you work with directories and files, a user account manager to allow you to maintain the accounts on your domain, and a backup manager to allow you to perform your data backups.
WEBppliance provides separate Web browser-based user interfaces for four levels of users. These interfaces allow many different users to easily manage their specific Web hosting administrative tasks. Depending on their role or assigned tasks, users may be using WEBppliance on more than one level. The user levels include:
The appliance level of administration is designed for the hosting provider or reseller who either owns server hardware or has remote access to physical servers.
As the owner of appliances, you are called the Appliance Administrator, and can:
To begin managing your appliance level tasks, log on to WEBppliance as the Appliance Administrator.
The reseller level of administration is designed for individuals or businesses who want to resell or manage sites without actually owning or maintaining hardware. As a Reseller, you buy sites from an ISP or hosting provider and resell them to individual customers. If you are already a Web site creator, designer, or consultant, becoming a Reseller is a perfect way of diversifying and expanding your business.
As the reseller, you are called the Reseller Administrator, and can:
To begin managing your reseller level tasks, log on to WEBppliance as the Reseller Administrator.
The domain level of administration is designed for businesses that want to manage their hosted domains and the services installed on the domains.
As the owner of domains, you are called the Site Administrator, and can:
To begin managing your domain level tasks, log on to WEBppliance as the Site Administrator.
The user account level of administration is designed for someone who subscribes to a domain and is assigned a user account.
As the subscriber, or user account holder, you are called the User Administrator, and can:
To begin managing your user level tasks, log on to WEBppliance as the User Administrator.
Documentation for various user levels listed below: