In this guide, we will embark on the process of forwarding ports on a pfSense firewall for a website, with a focus on port 80 (HTTP) and HTTPS port (443) on pfSense. This will ensure that your local server is accessible from the external world. Before we dive into the process, it is essential to …Read more.
If you’re running a Linux GoDaddy VPS server, you may want to check your server’s internet speed to ensure that it’s performing optimally. One of the easiest ways to check your server’s internet speed is to use speedtest.net, a free online tool that allows you to test your internet speed. Here’s how to check your …Read more.
Recently we deviced to test the speed of a couple 7.2k SAS drives against 2 Enterprise Sata SSD drives. The results are here: Both of these servers were identical at the time of testing, same make and model, same CPU’s, same RAM, same motherboards. The only difference really was the type of drives. SSD on …Read more.
Recently we were tasked with migrating accounts from cPanel to Direct Admin Standard Edition. This was a case of generating backups and then renaming these backups to cpmove-user.tar.gz and restoring backups. With the 1 user limitation of Direct Admin Personal. This option is no longer viable. However, there is an option. You either need a …Read more.
Unsurprisingly not many people know what web hosting is. Specifically non “techy” people. Hopefully after this article you should know a bit more about website hosting and the different technologies used for hosting a website. Most importantly what web hosting is. There is something that needs to be cleared up before anything. In case you …Read more.
If you’re email account is hosted through our hosting platform and not through Office 365, Google or any other 3rd party then you should be able to access your email online through webmail.example.com – With example being your domain name. From there on, you should be able to just simply put in your username and …Read more.