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How to Add A Private IP to a Debian Server

Verified and Tested 01/30/2018 Introduction In this How-to, we will learn how to configure a private IP address on a Debian Server. Private networking is a great way to keep the traffic between your servers internal and not accessible publicly. It allows you to communicate between your servers without using your Cloud bandwidth as well. It is […]

Upload files with Monsta FTP

Introduction Monsta FTP is a popular web-based FTP client you can use to manage your website files through your browser. It is commonly installed on the server for which you are trying to access files, and then you will navigate to its web UI to manage your files. It can also be used to connect […]

Cloud Hosting – Adding an Additional Public IP on CentOS 6.X and 7.X

When adding IPs to our cloud servers, we need to keep in mind that each cloud server only has two interfaces — the public and private interface. Because of this, we’ll need to add each new IP as an alias instead of an entirely new interface. Adding a virtual IP to your CentOS server is […]

How to Setup Atlantic.Net Email

In this guide, you will find detailed steps for how to setup your Atlantic.Net email account on several types of devices and in a wide variety of programs. More programs are being added as they are completed. Note: This guide is only for Atlantic.Net Webmail customers. Important Setup Tips User name: your full Atlantic.Net email […]

Atlantic.Net – VPN Connection Guide

Verified and Tested 10/25/17 Introduction Virtual Private Networks, or VPNs, are a method of employing encryption to allow users to access a private network securely and share data remotely through public networks. Though VPNs connect over public interfaces, it’s secure and appears as a private network. Because VPNs offer an inherent increase in security, they […]

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