How do I order Extra IPs For My VPS/Dedicated?

Extra IP addresses can be requested via support ticket in the Client Area. They are $3.00/mo. Please let us know the number of IPs you want and on what billing cycle you would like to pay for them. We also require that you submit valid justification with your request since IPv4 has run out across […]

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How to Use KVM with the Intel Core i5 4570

The Intel Core i5 4570 uses SuperMicro IPMI technology for remote KVM, power control, and virtual media. To access the KVM interface, please follow these instructions: Copy the KVM IP listed in the dedicated server details at Client Area. Paste the KVM IP into your browser address bar and navigate to that address. You should […]

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How to Change the Default SSH Port (Linux / Ubuntu / Debian)

SSH is the best service to control dedicated servers as it provides the full control to perform any task. So it’s one of the commonly used way to attack a server. Changing the default SSH port can help secure your server from launching brute force attacks to the default port.   1. Login as the […]

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How to Change the Default SSH Port (Linux / CentOS)

SSH is the best service to control a dedicated server as it provides the full control to perform any task. So it’s one of the commonly used way to attack a server. Changing the default SSH port can help secure your server from launching brute force attacks to the default port.   **Change “someportnumber” to […]

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Automating FTP Backups in Linux

This is a simple backup script for Linux dedicated servers to back up a specific directory and all of it’s sub directories and save them in your backup FTP storage, organized by date. 1. Download lftp using the command: yum install lftp (CentOS) or apt-get install lftp (Debian and Ubuntu) 2. Have a directory in […]

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How to whitelist an IP Address in ConfigServer Firewall (CSF)

ConfigServer Firewall (CSF) allows you to manually whitelist and blacklist IP addresses in your server’s firewall. In this article we will cover how to whitelist your IP Address. It is a good idea to whitelist IP addresses on your server you can trust, such as the IP address of your home network. Whitelisting your own […]

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Troubleshooting/Reporting Network

Troubleshooting/Reporting Network and Packet Loss Issues

Network and packet loss can be very tough to diagnose without the appropriate information. For us to be able to properly diagnose and resolve packet loss or network related issues we will need the following: The source (your IP) IP and destination (the server IP) IP. A description of the exact issue you’re experiencing and […]

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Fully Qualified Domain Name

How to change the Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) on CentOS 7

A Fully Qualified Domain Name (FQDN) is the complete domain name for a specific computer, or host, on the internet. The FQDN consists of two parts: the hostname and the domain name. For example, an FQDN for a hypothetical root server might be server.domainname.com. FQDN is very important for using servers. Probably, this is a […]

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How to remove or delete files using SSH

How to remove or delete files using SSH

Virtual Private Server (VPS) enables you to manage your Hosting Environment. You can easily add, edit or remove files from your Server. As Linux runs on commands, you need to know the commands to execute any of these process. Let’s learn how to remove or delete files using SSH. How to remove or delete files […]

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How to move and copy files using SSH

The whole world is moving to Cloud Hosting or VPS for extended usability. VPS Hosting enables you to get the full control of your Hosting Environment. If you’re using an Unmanaged VPS you’ll need to execute everything using Commands. Let’s learn some commands to move & copy files using SSH. How to move & copy […]

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