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Web Hosting / How to Resolve The Error cPanel Temporary URL Not Working?
« Last post by DipakS on August 08, 2020, 12:48:52 PM »
These scenarios happen when cPanel temporary URL is used:
  • When customers are creating new websites and they want to test it before making them public.
  • Customers who migrate their accounts from another hosting to your server and want to confirm that everything is fine, before switching the DNS to your server.
While accessing the temporary URL in the above cases, at times you might get a 404 error.

Check this video to get the solution: https://youtu.be/pfQfzD_3h7o

OR

Check this an in-depth guide on how to resolve the error cPanel temporary URL not working:
https://www.milesweb.com/hosting-faqs/cpanel-temporary-url-not-working/
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Web Hosting / How to Register Private Nameservers for your Domain Name?
« Last post by DipakS on August 08, 2020, 12:41:47 PM »
As you know, every website has a unique IP address, and you know it is difficult to remember the IP address and that's why we access a site using its domain name. I am giving the example www.milesweb.com is a domain name, we can easily remember this but we cannot remember by its IP address. In the backend, a nameserver resolves a domain name to IP address after which a website is accessible in your browser.

If you want to create your own nameservers for your domain name, register your own hostnames with the domain you have registered through MilesWeb. With private nameservers, you will be able to use your own identity in nameservers.

Check this video on "How to Register Private Nameservers for your Domain?": https://youtu.be/jSq3CmkmOTs
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Web Hosting / How To Setup Private Nameservers For VPS And Dedicated Servers?
« Last post by DipakS on February 07, 2020, 02:00:32 PM »
You can register your nameservers if you have your own a VPS or a dedicated server (ns1.yourdomain.com and ns2.yourdomain.com).

The first step is to get IP addresses where you can point your domain nameservers.
The IP addresses will be defined in your welcome email, if not you can contact your hosting provider's support team anytime.
Once you have the IP address, you can register the nameservers with your domain registrar.
If your domain is registered with MilesWeb, follow these mentioned steps:
If your domain name is registered with some other hosting provider, please contact them for nameserver assistance.
Once the nameservers are registered, you will have to set them on your server. Follow these mentioned steps:

1. Login to WHM and >> ‘DNS functions’ section >> Edit DNS zone menu
2. Select the drop-down, the domain name you would like to set the nameservers for and click on ‘Edit’ option
3. Update the ‘SOA record’ stating your primary nameserver and the email address
If you want the custom nameservers to be automatically used for all the new cPanel accounts and you also need to set them for all the addons before adding them to cPanel:

Go to ‘Basic cPanel and WHM setup’ in WHM >> and add your custom nameservers.

You must wait 24-72 hours for the DNS changes to propagate worldwide. Contact MilesWeb support if you need any help.
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Domain Names / Re: What is domain privacy?
« Last post by Gandhar Kulkarni on December 03, 2019, 06:20:42 PM »
Hey,
Can you guys help to let me know, what is domain privacy?

Domain privacy (often called Whois privacy) is a service offered by a number of domain name registrars.
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  • The domain registrant means the end-user, who wants to register their brand name or domain name for a website.
  • Registrars issue domain name licenses to registrants. Registrars can process new registrations and renewals because they have direct access to the domain registry, as well as update registrant contact details in the database.
  • Domain resellers are the businesses that provide domain name registration services to the public but are not accredited registrars. Resellers buy large amounts of domain extensions and manage domain name records for their customers through an interface.
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General Discussion / Re: Difference between Malware and Virus
« Last post by Krishnan on November 07, 2019, 03:05:04 PM »
Malware and Viruses differ a bit, but both are related to bugs.

Malware -
Malware is mostly considered as software with malicious intent. Web-based malware is a serious threat that can hurt your website, which directly affects your business and its functions.
Worms, Trojan, Scareware are some types of malware.

Virus -
A virus is much like a trojan, worms, scareware specific form of malware. That means, the virus is a malware, but not all malware is viruses.
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General Discussion / Difference between Malware and Virus
« Last post by Ritu on November 06, 2019, 02:10:28 PM »
Hey,
Many a time, I have read in blogs, that people use both words like malware protection and virus protection. Initially, I thought both are the same. But, now am confused. Can you let me know, what's the difference between Malware and Virus?
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Web Hosting / Re: What is CDN?
« Last post by Keeran on October 31, 2019, 12:18:24 PM »
CDN is a short form of the content delivery network.
CDN is a network of proxy servers distributed geographically and their data centers. It strives to provide high availability and high performance by distributing the service spatially relative to end-users.
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Web Hosting / What is CDN?
« Last post by Ritu on October 31, 2019, 11:55:07 AM »
Can you guys help me to understand what is CDN (Content Delivery Network)?
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Domain Registrar - it is a company that directly has a connection with the central registry of a TLD.
Domain Reseller - it's a company or a person that buys domains from a domain registrar and sells to its customers.
Domain registrants - a person who is willing to register a domain is known as domain registrants.
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