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Listed below are some of the more Frequently Asked Questions by our AWS customers and users. We'll update these on a regular basis.
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How long does it take for AWS to process my application and set up my account?
99% of new accounts are activated within 10-15 minutes. Once your account is activated you will receive an email from our Order Processing Team that contains log in information for your Site and control panel for your new AWS Hosting account.
Who do I contact in case
of a billing problem?
In the event of a billing problem please contact our
How do I cancel my account?
If you wish to cancel your AWS account, please open a support ticket with the billing department here: AWS Hosting Cancellation Request.
What control panel is offered
with your hosting packages?
All sites come equipped with CPANEL.
How do I access my CPanel
website control panel?
Navigate to https://www.yoursite.com/cpanel and replace "yoursite.com" with your domain name.
Can I select my own user account name?
Your main account user name is automatically generated and
cannot be changed.
I have been notified that my account has been set up but
my site is still not active.
If you have received a notification e-mail and it's been
over 48 hours, it means either that you did not point your
domain name to the right DNS servers, or that your ISP's
DNS server has not yet been updated. It generally takes
24 hours for domain names to become active. This is just
how the Internet works; there is no way we can speed up
I have NOT been notified
that my account has been set up and its been over 24 hours.
This could be caused by a provisioning error. If you have
not received any e-mails from us with a few hours of ordering
please contact our
What DNS should my domain
name point to?
AWS Hosting uses several sets of DNS servers. Please refer to your
welcome e-mail for details. If your still unsure, please contact our support
Can I get a dedicated IP?
We do not offer dedicated IP's as of now but it will soon be available!
What servers do you run?
Dual 2.4GHz Intel Xeons, Red Hat Linux 7.3 and 9.0, 512
- 2048 MB of Ram
What about reseller accounts?
We do not provide a reseller package at this time but it will soon be available!
Does e-mail or FTP count against my bandwidth limit?
Yes. All FTP and incoming/outgoing e-mail traffic counts
against your total bandwidth.
What happens if I exceed
my allocated bandwidth?
You will receive an automatic e-mail message warning you
that you have reached 80% of your contracted limit. This
should give you plenty of time to contact AWS and purchase
more bandwidth. Once you have exceeded your limit, your
account is suspended for the rest of the current month.
Do you support mySQL?
Yes. We run MySQL server version 5
How can I edit a mySQL
database table without creating an application?
Cpanel allows you to use phpMyAdmin to edit mySQL tables
through the use of SQL query language.
Do you support CGI/Perl
Yes, every site comes with its own CGI-BIN to allow you
to run your own perl scripts.
What path name should I
use for CGI/PERL scripts?
You may use either #!/usr/bin/perl -or- #!/usr/local/bin/perl
Both will work!
How do I access webmail for my server?
All sites are equipped with web based e-mail. This is all
explained in your sign up letter.
How do I enable SSI in my HTML pages?
To take advantage of Server Side Includes(SSI) in your web
page, make sure the web page has the extension .SHTML and
Will you place any ads on my site?
Not at all. AWS does not place any advertisement
on your site whatsoever. No banners, no annoying pop-ups,
Will I be able to send and receive e-mail through AWS?
Yes! You will be able to send and receive e-mail through
our servers. In technical terms, we provide both POP3 and
Does AWS offer SSH or JailShell?
Effective 10/16/2006 AWS will no longer offer any form of
SSH to our clients, including JailShell. As of now,
if a client already has shell access they will be allowed
the continued use of it. A decision on this is forthcoming.
If we decide to remove ssh from all users any fees that were
paid will be refunded to the end user.
Contact us here with any questions that you may have!