Jailed shell accounts are chrooted, so directories and processes outside the chrooted environment will not be visible to the user, which added extra security to the system.Normal shell accounts will be able to see other users directories and processes even if they do not have permission to access them.
This is generally preferred as it will reduce server load due to attacks from spammers.
For accounts that you choose to grant shell access to, this option will make the default settings grant a jailed shell account instead of the normal shell account for that user.
Now that we are logged in, let's configure some of the server settings.
There are many settings you may want to configure on the server that will not be covered in this tutorial.
These should already be set for the primary and secondary name servers.
Your name servers will need to be registered to point to IP addresses on the server through your registrar.Here is my problem, I am trying to update my IP addresses for 2 nameservers ns1 and ns2 for a domain name but they fail with this error: "Nameserver registration failed due to error 530: Authorization error - 6007 - Only the sponsor of the domain can perform this function" I have no idea what this means and whether it's something I can fix or if I'll have to wait for enom so I thought I would ask here. Host Gator has created a new domain control panel which allows you access to add, edit, and manage all of your Host Gator domains from a single control panel.You may be able to figure it out by following the same steps you used to originally create the private name servers.If you don't remember how you did this, please read our Private Name Servers - Setup article.WHM listens for https requests from the browser on port 2087 and http requests on port 2086, so you will need to have traffic allowed on either port through any firewalls that may be on your local machine or network.