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How to login to your Linux instance

Access your cloud server via PuTTY clientPrerequisite: Have PuTTY installed. You can download and install PuTTY from here.Obtain and convert your private key file to .ppk format. You may refer to the tutorial here if you have not done so.Step 1: Start PuTTY (from the Start menu, choose All Programs > PuTTY > PuTTY). Step 2: In the Category pane, select Session and in the Host Name box, enter user_name@public_dns_name.Note: […]

How to convert .pem private key file to .ppk format

Converting your private key using PuTTYgenPrerequisite:If you do not have PuTTY installed, download and install PuTTY from here. PuTTYgen is included in the PuTTY installation.Obtain the private key (the private key is in .pem file format). Step 1: Launch PuTTYgen (for example, from the Start menu, choose All Programs > PuTTY > PuTTYgen). Step 2: Choose Load to the .pem private key file […]

How to obtain your cloud server private key file

How to obtain your cloud server private key filePrerequisite:Register a Customer Portal account. You can find the tutorial here. Step 1: Go to your registered email address and download the ZIP file containing your private key attachment that has been sent to you by our system.Note: The ZIP file is password-protected. Step 2: Open your Browser (eg: […]

Linux Malware Scanner – AI-Bolit

There are many great tools to scan for malware within you web directory. The other alternative available other than Maldet is AI-Bolit. It is a neat tool built using PHP.Requirement: PHP5.3 and aboveSSH into your server and go to public_html directoryDownload AI-Bolit scanner by using links. If you don’t have it installed, you can install it by running […]

How to traceroute using Command Prompt

1.  Open your Command Prompt.2. Type this command : tracert [hostname] eg : tracert ipserverone.com[hostname] is the name of the server connection you are testing3. and send us the result like below to support@ipserverone.com 

Global Email Filters in cPanel

How To Create Filter1) Login into your cPanel. 2) Choose Global Email Filters.3) Click at Create a New Filter 4) Enter the filter’s name in Filter Name.5) Configure your filter’s rules and actions. 6) Click create.  

[HOW-TO] Use Remote Backup R1Soft

Prerequisite:-1.) Login URL (e.g. https://my-backup01.small-dns.com)2.) Username and Password (Provided by IP ServerOne)Login Page – Type (or copy and paste) the provided URL to your browser and the login page of our backup server will open; enter the username and password in their respective fields. Dashboard – You should reach your dashboard view if you keyed in […]

How to install “Let’s Encrypt SSL Certificate” in cPanel

1. Login to the cPanel, https://smeXX.small-dns.com:20832. Click on SSL/TLS Status3. Verify your SSL certificate status; by default, self-signed SSL certificate will be created for all the new accounts in cPanel. In order to install ” Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate”, we have to uninstall the current self-signed SSL certificate.4. To uninstall the current self-signed SSL certificate, […]

All About SPF Records and How to Manage it

Sender Policy Framework, also abbreviated as SPF. SPF is a framework designed to prevent email phishing/forgery. With SPF, if a spammer attempts to send emails with a faked “from” address, the message will be rejected by mail servers that use SPF verification. An SPF record is a single TXT entry in the DNS for each domain. […]