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If you intend to collocate more than one server with us you may find a switch to be helpful. For a small installation of servers, an unmanaged 5 or 8 port switch can be acceptable. For larger installations, we suggest the use of managed switches. We rec...
To keep your servers secure, we recommend you use a presently supported operating system (older operating systems such as Windows Server 2000, Red Hat Linux 9, and Solaris 8 are now unsupported and no longer receive security updates), and make sure you ...
Command Line Reference: Database and Operating Systems http://ss64.com/index.html The above link takes you to a tremendously helpful site that contains a command line reference for Linux, Windows and other major operating systems.
Safari Books Online: http://safaribooksonline.com/Corporate/Index/ Safari Books Online is a subscription service providing access to a very large library of technical books and reference manuals.
Windows Server Information: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb625087.aspx The above link takes you to Microsoft's complete documentation for currently-supported editions of Windows Server, including their technical libraries and security gu...
Cisco IOS Tutorial: http://www.cisco.com/warp/cpropub/45/tutorial.htm If you buy a Cisco switch, router or other product, the above link will take you to a tutorial which will show you how to configure and manage it using Cisco's simple command line...
All Corporate Colocation customers receive a private subnet, SWIPed to them via ARIN. You can get as many IP addresses as you justify for. When you setup an account, an IP address justification form, or IPJ, will be sent to you, which you will need to f...
We must comply with ARIN Guidelines, therefore all IP Requests must be in writing and reviewed based on ARIN Guidelines. * If you have used at least 80 Percent of your allocation and need more IP's you qualify for a new allotment * Here are the ...
Yes, we provide 24/7 assistance. A fee is charged for each reboot you request; please contact us for pricing. For easier management and the ability to reboot your servers yourself in the event of a problem, we can attach your servers to an APC managed P...
Yes, and we can supply you with a routed /64 or /48 for use on your network. To obtain an allocation put up a ticket at support.corporatecolo.com and we will be in touch.
Corporate Colocation Support Portal and Knowledge Base: http://support.corporatecolo.com/ If your question isn't answered above, it may have been answered separately in our knowledge base. If you are still unable to find help with what you are loo...
Colocation hosting provides you with space for your servers in our datacenter. We provide you with physical space, electrical power and network connectivity. You provide and operate your own servers and other needed equipment. This differs from dedicated ...
rDNS stands for Reverse Domain Name System. It is used for reverse lookups of domain names based on the IP address of the server. Increasingly, it is required by many major e-mail hosting providers, such as AOL, Yahoo! Mail and Google Apps; e-mail sen...
That depends entirely on your application. If you're running a relatively basic, low-traffic website or application, most entry level servers will suffice. If you intend to run virtual machines, we recommend the use of servers with at least 8 GB of memory...
Since you own your servers, you can install and run any operating system you desire. For generic web applications, we suggest the use of Red Hat Enteprise Linux, or its free, community-supported clone, CentOS. These operating systems have the broadest ran...