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How to Open firewall port on CentOS 7

On Terminal Logged in as root. Run the following command. firewall-cmd –zone=public –add-port=2888/tcp Note this doesnot survive Reboots. Here is How to configure open firewall ports that survive Reboots. Start by finding your active zones by running the following command.   firewall-cmd –get-active-zones   If the Zone is Public run the following:   firewall-cmd –zone=public …

First steps after getting a CentOS VPS

Even though you can start using your server immediately, there are things you need to do to get the most out of new your CentOS server and improve its security. Connect to your VPS Once your server is set up, login credentials will be sent to you.. These include a dedicated IP address, username and …

Seven cool things you can do with a VPS

A virtual private server (VPS) is a great platform for website hosting but it can be useful for many other things. A VPS is an always-on always-connected server capable of running anything that can run on a standard Linux machine. This makes it useful literally any number of projects. Below are some of the things …

How to Migrate from Shared Hosting to VPS

Most people create their online presence with a shared hosting account but sooner or later they need more power to fulfill their needs and have more control over their server. Therefore they switch to a VPS. However, most of them don’t know what to expect and what to do when they do the switch. Traditional …

ADDING AN ADDITIONAL IP TO A SERVER

Adding an additional IP to a Server Login to your Server via SSH Terminal Make sure you are logged in as the root user Run the following command: cd/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ View current Network Adapters by running ls ifcfg* Note that the servers’ primary IP displays as “ifcfg-eth0” and “ifcfg-lo” Additional IPs on the server displays as …

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