How to Find Your Server Name in cPanel

In this tutorial, we will show you how to find your server name in cPanel. The server name is for the actual server that hosts your website files and is good to know at times. For example when you are trying to identify if we are performing maintenance on your server.

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Find Your Server Name in cPanel

  1. Log into your cPanel.
  2. Click the Server Information link in the General Information section.

  3. You will then see your Server Name listed along with additional information about your server.

Congratulations, now you know how to identify your server name in cPanel!

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17 thoughts on “How to Find Your Server Name in cPanel

  1. Hi,

    I came to this website to search for an answer. However, I got 2 pop ups first. I would consider making it around 5 or something so that people that come to your website go away even faster.


      1. Thanks for the info. So I have to create a userame and password for AMP? I tired to login by using my cPanel username and password it doesn’t work. Do I need to create new one?

      2. Hello Chanchu,

        If you are the owner of the account, then you will have received the login information for AMP when you created the account. If you are not the owner of the account, then you will need to speak with that owner for access. Otherwise, if you don’t have original email sent with the AMP login information, then you should contact our customer service team ( for immediate assistance. They will request that you verify the account with the proper identification.

  2. Anyone know why the same password for my AMP would work with Filezilla and what is the correct one?

    1. If your cPanel and AMP share the same password, this would allow it to work for FileZilla. This is because your cPanel username and password can be used for FTP. Here is a link to our helpful guide on How to Setup FTP with FileZilla.
      Thank you,

  3. Thanks for sharing this post I can also face this issue on my website after reading your post my all problem is solved. 

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