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How to connect with SSH?

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If you’re looking to manage Linux operating system-based machines remotely, you can take the help of SSH protocol like we do RDP for Windows-based machines. In this article, we will be covering multiple platforms and a guide on how to connect with SSH? Windows For the Windows operating system, we don’t have a direct application […]

Nameserver registration is required prior to nameservers being actually used. This is known as “Glue Records” as registering an IP to a specific nameserver/hostname tells the domain registrar where that nameserver should be looking to handle DNS requests. Here are some of the circumstances where new nameservers might be created: If you have recently migrated […]

How can I perform a traceroute?

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There are many troubleshooting utilities available over the internet to identify the issues related to the network. For example, PING, using the ping utility, you can check the host’s availability and determine the latency of the destination from the local system. Traceroute is one of the popular command-line utilities used to determine the network path to reach the destination […]

Once our support team migrates hosting accounts from a third-party service provider, you need to update the nameservers. Sometimes, the new hosting provider may lack some features, which might commerce consequences for the website. Best, what if we have a solution to check the website post-migration without updating nameservers or DNS? On every system, you […]

Sometimes stored cache slows down the browser operations, or it might cause problems loading the updated information from the servers. In that case, you need to delete/remove the existing cache from the browsers. This article will learn how to clear browser cache on chrome, firefox, and edge browsers? Google Chrome 1. Open Google Chrome Browser. […]

So you’ve been using MailChannels and need to see if you’ve been missing emails. Or you need to see if they were delivered, rejected, bounced, or quarantined. To do this, you would need to check the MailChannels Inbound Logs which is accessible from the MailChannels Console within your my.knownhost.com portal. We’re going to show you […]

The Basics Let’s talk about PHP Handlers, we’ll be going over Apache’s many different available PHP Handlers. We’ll explain what each one is, what its best at doing, and any pros and cons regarding that handler. Our wish is that this guide provides you with helpful information which is informative for you so that you […]