Private Network Configuration (Windows)

PRIVATE NETWORK CONFIGURATION Part 1  Assumptions: This document asumes the following: You have RDP access to the server You are using Windows 2008 server Full You have Administrator access to the server The private interface to be used is Ethernet 2 The private IP assigned to your server is 10.10.3.148/30  Steps:  1. Connect via RDP to the remote server you want to configure. 2. Once […]

Private Network Configuration (CentOS)

PRIVATE NETWORK CONFIGURATION (CentOS) Assumptions: This document asumes the following: You have ssh access to the server You are using the “basic server” utilities server set. You have root access to the server The private interface to be used is eth1 The private IP assigned to your server is 10.10.3.4/30 Steps: 1. Connect via ssh to the remote server you want to configure.     […]

Our Private Network

RACKEND’s PRIVATE NETWORK   Private Networks are formed by computers or servers connected to each other but not so to external networks such as the internet. Each server is given a single usable IP address. By default we segment traffic to every individual server into a single vlan using VLSM, this means no other server can talk to your server on the same vlan as […]

Setting RDNS From Your Control Panel

SETTING REVERSE DNS RECORDS FROM OUR CONTROL PANEL.   Why its important. Lets say you are a customer and you have a dedicated server with us from which you would like to send mail. If  you dont configure rDNS records for the servers responsible for sending emails, there is a 100% chance the email will be flagged as SPAM, the emai lwont reach the intended […]

Operating Systems Available (path list)

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