403 Forbidden Error – Causes and Fixes

You spend months, working day in and out coding your website and it is finally time to test it. You type the URL of the website in a browser and hit enter, only to be slapped back with a 403 Forbidden error. Can be very frustrating for a web designer. 403 Forbidden error is an... Read More The post 403 Forbidden Error – Causes and Fixes appeared first on Outsourced Support | Web Hosting Support | Server Management.

Posted on: 19 April 2017 | 6:00 am

Five ways to optimize your Nginx server

Nginx is an open-source HTTP(web) server and reverse proxy, and an IMAP/POP3 proxy server (email server). It was developed to tackle the C10K problem that web servers in use at the time, which was largely Apache, were facing. C10K is simply a numeronym that stands for concurrently handling 10000 connections. Nginx was designed with the... Read More The post Five ways to optimize your Nginx server appeared first on Outsourced Support | Web Hosting Support | Server Management.

Posted on: 7 April 2017 | 8:30 am

High Memory Usage in SQL – How to avoid it?

When your system is short of memory, MySQL will be killed by the system itself since it can use a lot of memory. This also causes MySQL servers to face high server load. Usually when MySQL is killed, we get the message “mysqld invoked oom-killer”. In such cases it is always advisable to restart the... Read More The post High Memory Usage in SQL – How to avoid it? appeared first on Outsourced Support | Web Hosting Support | Server Management.

Posted on: 30 March 2017 | 3:51 am

4 best practices to follow to keep your customers happy

Keeping your customers happy is the key in this competitive technology savvy world that we live in. One negative review/comment/opinion on social media about the customer service can spread like forest fire and break your reputation. Mindsets & rules for thinking can dependably guide you to the correct decision, every time towards the customer. Here... Read More The post 4 best practices to follow to keep your customers happy appeared first on Outsourced Support | Web Hosting Support | Server Management.

Posted on: 8 March 2017 | 5:21 am

How to use layered security to safeguard your server?

Well most of us in today’s scenario talk about “defense in depth” or “layered security”. Though they are used interchangeably, they are very separate from each other. Nowadays, building just one level of security to safeguard your server could have devastating consequences down the line. While attackers may easily penetrate the first level of defense,... Read More The post How to use layered security to safeguard your server? appeared first on Outsourced Support | Web Hosting Support | Server Management.

Posted on: 25 February 2017 | 4:38 am

E-mail Authentication

Introduction: We all send Email on our day to day life, We send mails from our Email client (Outlook, Thunderbird ) or from a Web interface (From browser), the mails gets transferred to the recipient. The question is, how secure is our message transfer. What is happening at the background. How the messages that we... Read More The post E-mail Authentication appeared first on Outsourced Support | Web Hosting Support | Server Management.

Posted on: 6 February 2017 | 1:59 am

APACHE PHP-FPM MOD_FASTCGI

Here is a guide to install Apache with PHP-FPM(PHP-FastCGI Process Manager) and mod_fastcgi PHP-FPM is an alternative implementation of PHP-FastCGI. In PHP-FPM the PHP process runs as a standalone without the need of web server. It listens for incoming requests on either a TCP or a Unix socket. The web server we use(apache in our... Read More The post APACHE PHP-FPM MOD_FASTCGI appeared first on Outsourced Support | Web Hosting Support | Server Management.

Posted on: 19 August 2016 | 4:21 am

Find open ports on linux server using a script

Create a .sh file with below script and set execute permission for the scrip file. #vi portscan.sh #!/bin/bash #The port numbers PORT1=21 #ftp PORT2=22 #ssh PORT3=25 #smtp PORT4=53 #dns PORT5=80 #http PORT6=110 #POP3 PORT7=143 #IMAP PORT8=443 #https PORT9=1433 #MSSQL PORT10=3306 #MYSQL PORT11=3389 #Microsoft-RDP PORT12=5432 #PostgreSQL read -p "Enter the Server IP/HOSTNAME : " HOSTNAME #Enter... Read More The post Find open ports on linux server using a script appeared first on Outsourced Support | Web Hosting Support | Server Management.

Posted on: 11 July 2016 | 1:27 am

Routing protocol commands list

CCNA Routing Protocol Commands IP ROUTING #sh ip route // To view IP routing tables created on a Cisco router. Static Routing Routers are manually configured for networks that are not directly connected, to be able to route to all networks via the next-hop interface. Syntax: (config)#ip route 192.168.10.0 255.255.255.0 192.168.20.2 (config)#no ip route 192.168.30.0... Read More The post Routing protocol commands list appeared first on Outsourced Support | Web Hosting Support | Server Management.

Posted on: 5 March 2016 | 4:06 am

Static Routing

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Posted on: 5 February 2016 | 5:42 am