We have officially launched our SSD VPS servers.
For decades, hard disk drives have been used as the main storage devices in the IT field, but with the latest technological advancements, solid state storage has been becoming the next step in performance improvements for both consumer desktop computers and servers alike. Over the past few years, SSDs have become significantly larger in storage size, as well as becoming more affordable, allowing them to be implemented in more complex server configurations.
Our VPS servers were previously all based on high-speed enterprise-grade Hard Disk...
How to create and manage webmail in cPanel
Mail service is one of the most useful services which users can use upon purchase of a web hosting service. After activating web hosting services, users can create and manage mail accounts in the hosting management system. In this tutorial, we use cPanel as hosting management panel to create and manage webmail services.
In order to create an email account in cPanel follow these instructions:
1. Login to cPanel and in “Email” section click on “Email Accounts”.
2. Enter your account details to create the email...
Sometimes you need to add more than one IP to a NIC (i.e. Network Interface Controller), this situation occurs when you need to support two or more separate networks with one server. In this article, we are going to add an extra IP to one NIC in CentOS 7.
At first, we need to know the NIC name and to find it out, login as root user and insert the following command:
Here's an example of the output:
As you see in the output, the NIC name used for this demonstration is eno16777984 and the IP is 188.8.131.52. To change the NIC IP or to add more IPs, we should open the...
If you want to add an extra IP on one NIC (Network Interface Controller) in Ubuntu, you have two options. Either using a temporary IP or using a permanent one.
Adding temporary extra IP :
Enter the Ubuntu terminal
Enter this command to add the temporary extra IP
ifconfig [nic]:0 [IP-Address] netmask [mask] up
An example is shown below
ifconfig eth0:0 192.168.1.2 netmask 255.255.255.0 up
In this article, we will explain how to upload local files from a Windows-based PC to a Linux VPS (e.g. CentOS, Ubuntu, Debian, etc.). In this case, the Windows PC will be referred to as the source and the Linux VPS will be referred to as the destination.
For the purposes of demonstartion, we have created a file on the desktop named “test.txt”.
Open “Run” by pressing the windows key on your keyboard+R or by typing run into the search bar
In the opened window type cmd and press Enter.
Enter the file's directory by typing cd followed by...
Virtual Private Servers (i.e. VPS) are created by dividing a single powerful server into multiple virtual servers with individually dedicated resources. The operating system of the Linux VPS is one of Linux distributions (e.g. Debian, CentOS, Ubuntu, etc.), meanwhile the Windows VPS’s operating system is one of the Windows Server versions (e.g. Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2016, etc.).
Now let us compare the two kinds of VPS.
The cost of a Linux VPS is significantly lower than that of a Windows VPS. This is due to the fact that Linux is a free, open...