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How do I point my websites to my vps?
How do I point my websites to my vps? While you register a domain with any registrar, you are given a default set of nameserver. If you do not want to use DNS services of web host/VPS, you can use these default nameservers (DNS services of your domain registrar). In this case, DNS Zone of your domain will be created at DNS server of the registrar and you can manage the DNS records from domain control panel (control panel provided by the domain registrar). You can change default nameservers
Can I upgrade my VPS without losing data?
Can I upgrade my VPS without losing data? Yes, you can upgrade your existing VPS to higher plan anytime. Your data will remain intact. We will just assign additional resources to your VPS. During the upgrade process your VPS will be inaccessible. Generally it takes 15-30 minutes to complete the upgrade process. submit a ticket from your client area to upgrade your plan.
How to SSH into your VPS
How to SSH Into your VPS With our VPS line of products, you receive full root access to your server. SSH stands for Secure Shell. Simply follow these steps to get right into your VPS and start managing your server. To get started, you'll need to download PuTTY which can be found by clicking this link First, you'll need to order your VPS and receive the root login details to your email address. Second, you'll need to download PuTTY, a windows SSH client that will enable you to conne
How to setup a Minecraft Server on CentOS 7.x
How to set up a Minecraft Server on CentOS 7.x You may find yourself in a confusing world on your new VPS and all you want to do is set up a Minecraft Server. This will show you the easy steps of how to do this. Setting up your Dependencies It might seem daunting sitting at an SSH not knowing what to type. but its quite simple once you have your dependencies installed. You need to Update your Server sudo yum update Installing screen sudo yum install screen -y Installin
Creating a server on Multicraft
To create a server, ensure you have installed Multicraft onto your VPS and are logged into the home screen. Once there, Press Create Server Below is an explanation of the settings you are presented with Name: The name you wish to choose for the server Players: The maximum amount of players on your server Assign to user: If you're wanting a specific user to own this server, Type their name in here (make sure you've created them an account in the user's tab) IP: This is the IP you wil