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24×7 Linux and Windows Server Management‚Äč

Netedge Technology is a leading technical support and server management company. We are running this business since more than 14 years. We have a great team of certified Systems Administrators who can take care of your servers from initial server setup to critical server and infrastructure management.

We are providing management service for all kind of flavors of Linux and Windows.

Server Management Packages

Monthly Server Management

LSM1

1-2 Servers = $100/Month/Server ($100/Server original price)

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WSM1

1-2 Servers = $100/Month/Server ($100/Server original price)

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LSM2

3-5 Servers = $85/Month/Server ($255/Server original price)

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WSM2

3-5 Servers = $85/Month/Server ($255/Server original price)

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LSM3

6-9 Servers = $75/Month/Server ($450/Server original price)

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WSM3

6-9 Servers = $75/Month/Server ($450/Server original price)

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LSM4

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Services Included

– Linux and Windows Servers

– 24×7 Chat and Ticketing Support

– Unlimited Administration Tickets

– Escalate tickets to concerned department if needed.

– 24x7x365 Server Monitoring (Free)

– Software support and upgrades

– Server security and optimization

– Server backup and restoration

– Manual server migration

– Communication with datacenter whenever required

– Free Website migration

List of other services we are dealing with.

Server Management

Linux Server Management

Windows Server Security

Control Panel Security

Game Server Management

PCI Compliance

Dedicated Staffing

Shared Staffing

Remote Desktop Support

Technical Support

Hourly Technical Support

Ticket & Chat Support

One Time Service

Software Development

Virtualization Management

VPS Server Management

VPS Node Management

Web Hosting Support

Control Panel Management

Datacenter Management

IT Infrastructure Automation

Remote Infrastructure Management

Cloud Infrastructure Management

NOC Management

Web Application Management

Mobile Application Management

IOT Application Management

Please feel free to contact us at

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WIndows Server VPS with externally-controlled firewall?

We have some Windows Server 2016 VPS’s that we manage via RDP. Some of the providers, such as Azure and Newtek, have a customer portal with … | Read the rest of https://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1835601&goto=newpost

Back up automatically 2 server

Hallo I have 2 servers using cPanel if i would do the backup automatically website files folder and databases to the second server, how can … | Read the rest of https://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1835554&goto=newpost

privacy – Hiding client IP from a VPN server

VPNs can often be useful for obscuring personably identifying information (IP, geolocation, etc.) from remote destination servers.

Traffic is routed through a VPN server and forwarded to the destination. As far as the remote destination servers are concerned, the traffic appears to have originated from the VPN server’s IP address.

In this sense, the VPN tunnel/server essentially behaves as a proxy, intermediary, or go-between (not unlike a broker); probably not one of the original design goals for this technology, regardless it can often be desirable to exploit (i.e. take advantage of) it’s inherent properties to facilitate such a purpose.


However, the IP address from whence the traffic truly originates, will obviously be visible to the VPN server. What solutions exist for hiding (e.g. disguising, obscuring) this information from an untrusted VPN server?

A few ideas immediately come to mind, but suitability, effectiveness, and implementation details are unclear:

  • Encapsulate the untrusted VPN tunnel within a (secondary) trusted VPN tunnel (or vice versa?) (but how?).
  • VPN router firmware (Tomato, DD-WRT, OpenWRT, etc.) with paid subscription service (e.g. ExpressVPN, Nord, PIA) in conjunction with untrusted VPN client on end-user device.
  • Two VPN connections, untrusted VPN in virtual machine, trusted VPN on physical host.
  • Full-tunnel / split-tunnel manipulation.
  • IPv4 forwarding / iptables type magic.
  • SOCKS Proxy and / or TOR chaining (proxychains or similar) (before and / or after vpn connection? encapsulated? serial? both? unsure).
  • Encapsulating with ssh tunnel or vice versa.
  • Something involving torify, torsocks, tsocks, shadowsocks, etc. (more reading required).
  • Something involving self-hosted proxy or VPN solution (privoxy, squid, nginx, openvpn).
  • Something involving a VPS SaaS.

logins – What is VPSexample.com_web identity in SQL server?

I was facing connection failed for requested login in SQL server 2016 used for example.com domain on a VPS. I added the following logins to the database NT AUTHORITYIUSR and NT AUTHORITYNETWORK SERVICE and IIS AppPoolSampleAppPool but the login failed untill I added the VPSEXAMPLE.COM_WEB (found from the advanced search) and login was successful.

What is the identity of EXAMPLE.COM_WEB? It is not a windows user, nor application pool nor ISUR and SERVICES. I have to mention that there is SolidCP installed on the server. I don’t know if these kind of identity is related to the solidCP and why it is needed to connect to database?

sql server – procedure not returning desired result

i am trying to generate a report from below procedure

—proc
create procedure (dbo).(hstatement)
(@fromdate date,
@todate date,
@prd varchar(8)
)
as
begin
create table #tempdata
(
LBrCode int,
prdCode varchar(8),
bal_date datetime,
bal_amt numeric(18,2)
)
while @fromdate<@todate
begin
insert into #tempdata
select LBrCode,
substring(PrdAcctId,1,8) prdcd,
convert(varchar(12),@fromdate,106) tdt,
Balance4
from
(
select LBrCode,PrdAcctId,CblDate dt,Balance4,
rank() over (partition by LBrCode,PrdAcctId order by CblDate desc ) rnk from cl_balance
where rtrim(substring(PrdAcctId,1,8)) in (@prd)
and floor(cast(substring(PrdAcctId,17,8) as int))=0
and CblDate<=@fromdate
) x where rnk= 1 and LBrCode=1;
set @fromdate=dateadd(day,1,@fromdate)
end;

procedure is compiled successfully.
however i am expecting a result as each date between fromdate and todate but getting only one record(first)

please help

Can BtcPay Server receive payments at .crypto or .eth domain address?

.crypto and .eth domains abbreviate the lengthy addresses of cryptocurrency wallets. Can BtcPay Server be configured to receive payments to these domains rather than the full-length wallet addresses? A link to an example website that does this would help

linux – Is there any way to understand what type of server downtime I am facing?

I have a remote server with no physical attendance 24×7. But sometimes I have faced a downtime due to either network related issues or power outages.

But because I am sitting afar from my server I am unable to determine whether it is a loss of processing time due to power outage or is it a network related disconnection. As a result in both the cases I simply can’t do SSH into my server.

Is there a way I can figure out what type of downtime I am facing? For instance there could be an application that sends me an SMS alert in case of network downtime. But still it would need internet I guess to work..

Any suggestions would help on this.

domain name system – How to redirect multiple subdomains through gateway server to internal app server with single IP address on different ports for each subdomain?

I am having a problem with trying to redirect subdomain url to a Application server that have apps on different ports but a single IP address.

Basically, here are the steps:
Client outside the network types in subdomain sub1.example.com, sub2.example.com, sub3.example.com. The DNS server is redirecting the information to a Gateway server, so all subdomains go to single external IP address 194.144.144.144. This is done and it works, it shows the Apache default page. The problem i am struggling is to redirect each subdomain from the Gateway server to the internal App server with single IP address 192.168.0.80 that have 3 apps for each subdomain on different ports.

Locally this works perfectly as i am calling the apps for example: https://192.168.0.80:1000, https://192.168.0.80:2000, https://192.168.0.80:3000.

However, I want to redirect each subdomain that the gateway server received to the appropriate port on the single IP address App server, as in sub1.example.com -> https://192.168.0.80:1000, sub2.example.com – > https://192.168.0.80:2000 and sub3.example.com -> https://192.168.0.80:3000.

I have tried with bind9, with apache virtuahost but no luck. I think I can try with squid also, however if someone can point something to use with apache or something else on Linux Debian. Is this possible ? As shown on the picture bellow.
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Mail Server instead Control Panel

Hello,

we currently have two hosting service:

One only for websites is a reseller plan on which I have no problem.
One only for mail … | Read the rest of https://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1835464&goto=newpost