Remote Virtual Server Administration
The whole concept of a Virtual Server or Virtual Hosting (which
is what most other hosting providers offer) is based on remote
administration. Many small to medium sized business simply cannot
afford to install a T1 into their office (let alone a DS3) and lay
down the capital, time, and human resources necessary to maintain
a dedicated connection to the Internet. A Virtual Server allows
you to have a dedicated presence on the Internet and maintain it
remotely via a low cost dial-up connection.
There are several user interfaces that allow you to administer your
Virtual Server in an easy-to-use and comfortable environment.
Our most comprehensive tool is iManager. iManager provides wizards that guide you
through the step-by-step process of uploading files to your Virtual Server, managing files,
creating e-mail accounts, and much more. Because iManager runs from your web
browser (Netscape Navigator, Internet Explorer, and others), accessing your Virtual Server is as
easy as surfing a web site.
Telnet or SSH
Providing shell account access to our Virtual Servers is a fundamental part of our philosophy.
By using a Telnet or SSH client, you can connect to your Virtual Server
from anywhere in the world, and log in as if you were
sitting right in front it.
The UNIX O/S
At the core of of our hosting technology is the UNIX Operating System (O/S).
- FreeBSD UNIX
Rule the World with 13 Commands... The UNIX File System... Changing the Time on a Virtual Server... Cron - Program Scheduler... Rc - Automatic Program Restarting... Finger - A UNIX Directory Service...
- Solaris UNIX
Rule the World with 11 Commands... The UNIX File System... Changing the Time on a Virtual Server... Cron - Program Scheduler... Rc - Automatic Program Restarting... Finger - A UNIX Directory Service...
- Which O/S Is Your Virtual Server Running?
Virtual Server Administration
For help with Virtual Server administration, see:
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