Is there a list somewhere of what the various hostnames one sees when running a traceroute?
Some are obvious, but quite a few aren't.
I come across car1 and car2 a lot, but can't quite figure those out.
(Example: gigabitethernet6-24.car2.bos1.Level3.net -- the "gigabitethernet" is obvious, as is bos1 (Boston). But car2? And it shows up towards the other end: ae-31-89.car1.Washington1.Level3.net. (Bonus: what's the "ae" at the start denoting?)
csw, ebr, mpr, and ash are all common followed by a single number, too. (pos and tge show up on RCN a lot.) cr, dcr, ecr, hr on Savvis?
I got abc.com and xyz.com websites hosted on my dedicated server with whm control panel.
abc is my dev site and xyz is my current running live site. Now my dev site is done and I like to launch without uploading files to xyz.com. Both sites are on same server.
So, I am thinking to rename xyz.com to nonexisting.com in whm (site will down at that time). After that, rename abc.com to xyz.com. In order to rename site names, I have to use Main >> Account Functions >> Modify an Account , and edit domain name>>save.
if this is going to work for everything including email settings, ftp etc...
.CN - Domain names for China (irist.com), is now just $12.99
With China's recent accession to the World Trade Organization (WTO) the economy there is taking great strides towards global accessibility. .cn offers registrants the protection of a well-established brand name in what is certain to become one of the most lucrative marketplaces in the world, and begin making inroads into the Chinese marketplace.
Is it possible to add too many aliased domain names on a Dedicated server? I have Hostgator's most powerful dedicated server and I added probably 150 domain names as aliases to one of my websites. Now today all of the sudden none of my other sites will load on the web. When I try to go to one of my sites it just thinks and thinks but never loads.
I'm using WHM with cPanel. Can aliased names cause too much server load? Some of those 150 domains get a little traffic but not much.
Ocassionally some users have problems to connect the their websites, they can connect to the server via browser and can ping it and tracert the server IPs fine, they can also browse domains having a dedicated IP address. But they can't connect or ping their websites from their end, basically I think the domain name is not resolving.
From our end and the rest of users everything works fine.
Once I get a complain of this type I try whatever I can do
Check to see if their IP is not blacklisted Restart named service Restart apache service But most of the time this doesn't work at all.
Exactly as the problem comes it goes, nothing I did seems to have any effect on the solution. It goes and ocassionally reappears.
Would you suggest me what would I do to find where the problem is and try to solve it.
I have 10 dedicated Ip addresses and recently spotted in my stats for one of my sites, that some odd domain names were mirroring my site. On checking they were using my IP address and displaying my website.
I have no idea how they could have done this.
I changed my sites IP address to anopther in my range, however these domain names still point to my IP and whatever site I have put there.
Someone has said to me it is a form of phishing, but I dont know how they could have done this and whether I can somehow stop this happening. The domains that have kind of hijacked my IP are ipinikoparan dot com and durmakyokyoladevam dot com
odd enough domain names, could someone have set this up and is it some kind of security risk?
Are there any web hosts that allow spaces in file names?
I am building a web site using Adobe GoLive. It contains many photo galleries using Adobe Photoshop CS3 (Adobe Media Gallery). When I upload a test site to my domain hosted by Yahoo using SmartFTP, it is rejected because the file names of my photos contain spaces. See <hayesphotos.biz> When I look at other photographers' sites, many use real world file names with spaces. I have inquired at two other large web hosts and they tell me that spaces will appear on their sites as "%20". My test site looks fine when previewed on my web browser with spaces. Their answer is to use underscores. Am I asking too much for a web host that allows file names in english?
I found good domain available names and when I tried to register using some webhosting companies they were first shown as available and in the next step of registration they were claimed to be taken. It does not happen with "not so good" names. I think it happened with whois.net and register.com
So it looks like there is no way to register a good name?
Even when checking whois may have your good domain name stolen.
Can someone comment this and share his/her experience.
Which regetar and whois companies can I use safely?
Could you please share your experiences on having domains and hosting with the same company? What are your opinions on free domains provided by hosting companies? Do you have domain names with the same company or separately?
i have two nix vps's One of the vps is setup and running 2 ips, a nameserver and with whm/cpanel on a centos5 system. The other vps is just hypervm with lxadmin panel and one ip. I have nameservers setup on vps1 and all domains work. I would now like to add a domain name to the other vps and use the first servers nameserver. The second vps only has one ip so i wasnt able to setup the domain name there. Is there a guide on how to setup domain names accross two servers with one namesserver. I tried a few options but nothing seems to work.
what do i need to do in whm I already added the domain name to the second vps, i just dont know how to get it to point to first vps and first vps point to domain name.
I know how to work whm but am very new to lxadmin(only two weeks)
I have a spider that is saving a few images files everyday on my servers. Due to the fact that the images are dynamically created the spider is not only saving them without an extention, but also using charachters from the link to create those file names.
I end up with:
0&Y=0 1&Y=0 2&Y=0 3&Y=0 .... and so on.
(there is no problems browsing those image files
What I need is to copy those files or move them to file names with an extention (png) for protection reasons.
I failed using cp, mv in doing so. it seams that the OS doesn't see those files as files.
I have several domain names and I pay for hosting for each domain name. Each domain name gets little traffic, uses little bandwidth, and little storage space. I would like to pay for hosting once and share the bandwidth and storage space amongst the multiple sites. Do you know of a hosting company that offers this? I suppose it would involve having one hosting account and multiple IP addresses that resolve to different folders in your account?
We are setting up 100s of new domain names every day. We are only hosting a simple blog, in fact with our current setup we are on a HostGator Reseller account and we are just using one account meaning one single cPanel account.
We have a script that automatically runs when people sign up for our service, this script sets up an addon domain on that same single cPanel account with the same document root. Our modified wordpress blog simply looks at the HTTP_HOST in the config file and opens a separate database tables for every new domain name.
The problem we are running into is not the bandwidth usage, nor storage space. But simply the mass addon domains. The cPanel adddomain.html script seems to be getting ran so many times it is overloading the web server.
So I have read about some other people here WHT that are starting to use a new server software that uses a lot less server resources then WHM and cPanel. So I am wondering what hosting companies can provide that sort of a server.
Storage: A couple hundred GB Bandwidth: 1000s of GB Server software to run PHP scripts and mySQL databases Ability to create 1000s of addon domains every day.
How can it be determined that multiple domains are "affiliated" with each other? For example, at the link below, on the left side of the page it says that yahoo.com, yahoo.net, and yahooligans.com are owned together. Does this mechanism use WHOIS records, or does it use the IP addresses to which each address resolves (which would only get sites that use named-based virtual hosting to the same IP address, right?)
If people run multiple sites, say personal and business, and they don't want them to be affiliated, how can they make sure they canít be linked with each other through such mechanisms?
I am currently running Apache on Ubuntu 14.04. I tried adding an alias, but it doesn't do exactly what I need. I have a single site and I need to point two domain names to it. The thing is, if someone types in www.site1.com I want it to show the url as www.site1.com and if someone types in www.site2.com I want it to continue to show www.site2.com in the URL. Right now if they type in www.site1.com it shows the first site name as the URL, but if they type in www.site2.com it changes the URL to www.site1.com. Below is what I have as my virtual host in my conf file currently.
I have been tasked with setting up IIS6 to run 10 different sites. We will be using the Host Header Names approach as I do not have 10 IP addresses. I want to allow clients to upload/download to their site via FTP. My IIS6 books have examples of how to setup separate FTP sites for individual IP addresses, how do I accomplish this when using Host Headers? I just need to be pointed in the right direction.