Bluehost Web Hosting Help

I am having problems accessing your Control Panel.

Summary

The cPanel login uses port 2083, occasionally this port is blocked by a personal or corporate firewall.

Using login.BlueHost.com

If you are receiving an error that the page could not be displayed when trying to log into the control panel. It is most likely due to the fact that your firewall is blocking the port that the control panel uses.

Try using https://login.BlueHost.com as an alternative, if this still does not work then you will need to contact your local administrator to open the ports (2083, 2082). You can check if this port is open by using our web based port checking tool, Bluehost Port Test.

Knowledgebase Article 193,299 views bookmark tags: accessing control firewall log login panel


Was this resource helpful?

Did this resolve your issue?


Please add any other comments or suggestions about this content:





Recommended Help Content

Log in to Your Control Panel

This article will explain how to log in to your Account Control Panel

cPanel Access

How do I Access My Account Control Panel?

Open New Ports

How can I gain access to blocked ports? What port numbers can be opened?

Related Help Content

Login Management

Accessing your account is as easy as entering your domain name and password on the login screen, or clicking one of our Single Sign-On options.

Accessing the Mail Folder in the Control Panel

This article will explain where email is stored in your system directory.

Email Troubleshooting - Change SMTP Port from 25 to 26

How can I change the outgoing SMTP port from 25 to 26?

How to Reset Your Login Password

How do I change my Control Panel password?

Shared vs. Dedicated IPs & Port Access

What is the difference between a Shared & Dedicated IP? How do I get Port Access? What type of SSL Certificate is right for me?

How to Login to a WordPress Site

This article will explain how to login to a website created with WordPress.

VPS or Dedicated Hosting - Modify Exim Port (Mail Transfer Agent)

How to modify the Exim Port (Mail Transfer Agent) in the WHM

Zend Optimizer cannot be found

Error Log receiving this error: PHP Warning: Zend Optimizer for PHP 4.4.x cannot be found (expected at '/usr/local/Zend/lib/Optimizer-2.5.10/php-4.4.x/ZendOptimizer.so') - try reinstalling the Zend Op