Understanding a C-Class IP

A C-Class IP is a semi static range of IP addresses that is used across the Internet. An IPv4 Address contains four different sections (classes) that are A,B,C, and D. An example if this would be the IP address 192.168.1.2, where the number one is the C class. When you purchase a C-Class IP from Hostwinds you will get an IP from a pool of C-Class IP addresses that are available. Normally when you purchase five IPs from Hostwinds you get them in sequential order like 192.168.1.2,3,4,5,6. What’s different about a C-Class IP is that purchase one C-Class IP along…

Viewing Snapshots with Restic

correct ID Date Host Tags Directory ———————————————————————- 9ba42540 2018-02-22 12:59:30 <span class=”crayon-v”>hwkb</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-v”>hostwindsdns</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-e”>com</span> HW_Backup / a62c854b 2018-02-22 13:17:17 <span class=”crayon-v”>hwkb</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-v”>hostwindsdns</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-e”>com</span> /home cd65c94c 2018-02-22 13:17:20 <span class=”crayon-v”>hwkb</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-v”>hostwindsdns</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-e”>com</span> /var 55232edb 2018-02-22 13:17:28 <span class=”crayon-v”>hwkb</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-v”>hostwindsdns</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-e”>com</span> /usr 05a19c30 2018-02-22 15:20:08 <span class=”crayon-v”>hwkb</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-v”>hostwindsdns</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-e”>com</span> /etc 4b47a2a9 2018-02-22 15:20:11 <span class=”crayon-v”>hwkb</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-v”>hostwindsdns</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-e”>com</span> /etc 21084a20 2018-02-22 15:20:15 <span class=”crayon-v”>hwkb</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-v”>hostwindsdns</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-e”>com</span> /home 3ff01847 2018-02-22 15:20:19 <span class=”crayon-v”>hwkb</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-v”>hostwindsdns</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-e”>com</span> /usr c6bda3fb 2018-02-22 15:24:36 <span class=”crayon-v”>hwkb</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-v”>hostwindsdns</span><span class=”crayon-sy”>.</span><span class=”crayon-e”>com</span> /home ———————————————————————- 9 snapshots…

Is There a Limit to How Many IP Addresses I Can Have?

    The price shown here will be prorated for the amount of time you still had left on the current plan/options Pay invoice   Note: Once payment is complete, a ticket will be created for you so our technicians can add the IPs to your account. You’ll be notified by a ticket once they’ve been added.   How do I Add More IPs to my Dedicated Server? If you want to add IPs to your dedicated server, you purchase separate IP blocks by contacting us through Live Chat, phone or opening a ticket. ( ie Seattle /27, Dallas /24)…

Why Won’t my PHP Script send mail?

to edit that file. You can either edit this file directly in cPanel, or on your local computer. If you edit it on your local computer, make sure that you upload the file back to your server. Once you have the file opened. You will want to type some code in. Here is a small snippet that we will be using, <?php // This will allow us to incorporate the PHPMailer class into our program. // This assumes that PHPMailer is located in a folder called PHPMailer in the same directory. require_once(“PHPMailer/PHPMailer.php”); // This enables us to use the namespace…

Create Instance

Creating an Instance from your Cloud Control is a quick way to launch a new Virtual Machine inside the Cloud very, very quickly. This feature is fantastic and this article is intended for Hostwinds clients who have purchased a VPS or Cloud and are able to access the Cloud Control Panel.   Creating A New Instance From Cloud Control This article covers the different sections and what they are in creating an instance from within cloud control panel. First you have the different Operating Systems (OS) to choose from.     There is also applications that will be prebuilt into…

Editing a DNS Zone

There are a number of things you can edit in WHM that help you manage DNS zones. You can edit a DNS zone by doing the following:   How do I edit a DNS Zone in WHM?   Login to WHM Head to Home > DNS Functions This can be located quickly by searching for “DNS” in the search bar Select Edit DNS Zone     Select the domain you want to edit zones for Click Edit       You can see and change nameservers, A record and cnames     Note : The required class value for each…

Defining Regex Characters for .htaccess

a range of characters between the two characters separated by a dash [^] Defines not within a character class, or the Start of a string of characters []+ Defines that any combination characters defined within the brackets is a match there can be multiple matches [] Defines that any characters defined within the brackets is a match [T=MIME-type] Defines the mime type, forces the target file to be that mime type [E=variableName:newValue] Forces the server to set the environmental variable “variableName” to the value “newValue” a{n} Defines the specific number of the preceding character to be matched ? Defines the…

How to add HTML to your WordPress page

Sometimes, you want to add in custom code into your WordPress site. You may want to code a hyperlink by hand, or adjust text size, for example. Well, you’ve come to the right place.   Here’s a list of HTML tags allowed by WordPress: address, a, abbr, acronym, area, article, aside, b, big, blockquote, br, caption, cite, class, code, col, del, details, dd, div, dl, dt, em, figure, figcaption, footer, font, h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6, header, hgroup, hr, i, img, ins, kbd, li, map, ol, p, pre, q, s, section, small, span, strike, strong, sub, summary, sup, table,…