You can choose various options to log in to Plesk Obsidian.
By default, you can log in to Plesk via the server IP address, for example:
This default way of logging in requires no additional actions on your part
(unless you updated to Plesk Obsidian from previous Plesk versions).
However, an IP address in the browser address bar does not look visually appealing (especially for customers and resellers)
and may be hard to remember.
In this case, you can customize login URLs. You can log in using:
All domains and subdomains that resolve to the server IP address but are not used for hosting.
Browsing these domains and the subdomains will open the Plesk login page.
One specified domain or subdomain that resolves to the server IP address but is not used for hosting.
Browsing this domain or subdomain will open the Plesk login page.
Note: You cannot use the specified domain or subdomain for hosting websites.
To use it for hosting, select another way of logging in or log in via the server IP address.
The server IP address or hostname with the specified port 8443.
https://<server-IP-or-hostname>:8443will open the Plesk login page.
Note: The first two login options do not take away the possibility to log in to Plesk via the server IP address.
However, if you choose the third option, you will not be able to log in to Plesk via the server IP address
without specifying port 8443.
You can customize the login URL in the Plesk interface or via the CLI.
To customize the Plesk login URL (in the Plesk interface):
- Go to Tools & Settings > Customize Plesk URL (under “General Settings”).
- Select the desired login option. If you choose to log in using the second option, also specify the domain or subdomain.
- Click Save.
The selected way of logging in becomes available to all Plesk users.
For example, if you select the second option, you, your customers, and resellers will log in to Plesk
To customize the Plesk login URL (via the CLI):
Note: Run the…