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 === Step 2: Setup Networking === === Step 2: Setup Networking ===
 +<note tip>If you are doing a cPanel installation on a server in our network, our resolvers can be found [[ndc:​resolvers|here]]. Enter just the IP addresses in these fields in step 6.</​note>​
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   - Under the **Contact Information** heading enter the email address through which you will be contacted if your server has a problem in the //Server Contact Email Address// field.   - Under the **Contact Information** heading enter the email address through which you will be contacted if your server has a problem in the //Server Contact Email Address// field.
   - If you would like to be contacted via text messages, enter a phone number into the Server Contact SMS Address field.   - If you would like to be contacted via text messages, enter a phone number into the Server Contact SMS Address field.
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   - If you would like to be contacted via ICQ, click the //Server Contact ICQ Number// checkbox.   - If you would like to be contacted via ICQ, click the //Server Contact ICQ Number// checkbox.
   - Under the **Hostname** heading enter your server’s hostname into the //This Server’s Hostname// field.\\ **Remember:​** The hostname, in this case, must be a fully qualified domain name (FQDN). FQDNs are domain names that specify the exact location from the top level user domain to the root domain, when read from right to left. This hostname will require you to use 2 dots (.’s), for example: //​server.example.com//​. ​   - Under the **Hostname** heading enter your server’s hostname into the //This Server’s Hostname// field.\\ **Remember:​** The hostname, in this case, must be a fully qualified domain name (FQDN). FQDNs are domain names that specify the exact location from the top level user domain to the root domain, when read from right to left. This hostname will require you to use 2 dots (.’s), for example: //​server.example.com//​. ​
-  - Under the **Resolvers** heading enter a primary resolver IP address into the Primary Resolver field. Enter a secondary resolver IP address into the Secondary Resolver field.\\   <​note tip>If you are doing a cPanel installation on a server in our network, our resolvers can be found [[ndc:​resolvers|here]]. Enter just the IP addresses in these fields.</​note>​+  - Under the **Resolvers** heading enter a primary resolver IP address into the Primary Resolver field. Enter a secondary resolver IP address into the Secondary Resolver field. ​
   - Under the **Main Network/​Ethernet Device** heading eth0 will generally be selected. This is usually what you will want to leave as default unless you know what you're doing.   - Under the **Main Network/​Ethernet Device** heading eth0 will generally be selected. This is usually what you will want to leave as default unless you know what you're doing.