How can I find the correct IP address/temporary URL for my new hosting account?

The below instructions will show you how to find some of the key information you’ll need when setting up your hosting account, such as your IP address and how to preview your site.

The following steps apply to Web Hosting plans purchased after July 2020 and Premium Hosting plans purchased after August 2020:

Step 1 of 4

Start by logging in to your Control Panel and scroll down to ‘Web Hosting’. From there, select Manage.

General Control Panel

 

Step 2 of 4

On the next page, select Manage for the account you wish to use.

Web Hosting Manage

 

Step 3 of 4

Select the three-dot icon for the package you want to edit. From there, choose Settings from the drop-down menu that appears.

cPanel Admin

 

Step 4 of 4

On your dashboard, select Server under the heading ‘Settings’. Here you will see your IP address.

IP Address

 

The following steps apply to Web Hosting plans purchased before July 2020 and Premium Hosting plans purchased before August 2020:

Step 1 of 3

Log in to your 123 Reg Control Panel, and then scroll down to the Web hosting section. Click on the Manage button.

 

Step 2 of 3

You will then see an overview of your hosting packages. For the package you wish to check your details of, click on the Manage button.

 

Step 3 of 3

Then you will see an overview of each site you have on your hosting package. Click on the Details button for the domain name you want to view the details for. You will then see the IP address and temporary URL for the website.

 

If purchased before April 2015

Every Linux hosting account by default offers a preview URL which you can use if needed to check what the web site may look like before launching the site.

Your URL will look like this example: http://94.136.40.103/~domain.com/

Your IP address is the IP address provided within the welcome email sent to you when you first purchased the package.

domain.com will be the domain name for the web site, please change this value to include your domain name.