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Changing the SSH Port for Your Linux Server

1 min read You can change the default SSH port for your Linux server as an added security measure NOTE! Make sure the new SSH port does not conflict with any known or blocked ports, and it is enable in your firewall ! See this for useful firewalld examples See this for useful iptables examples To Change the SSH Port for Your Linux Server: Step 1 Connect to your server via SSH  Step 2 Open /etc/ssh/sshd_config with your favorite text editor  Step 3 Locate the following line: # Port 22 Step 4 Remove # and change 22 to your desired port number and…

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Servercheap Server Upgrades information

1 min read Most recent server upgrade prices are listed on Servercheap’s website. To request a server upgrade, please open a ticket on our helpdesk Server upgrades depend on Servercheap’s available resources and from time to time Servercheap might not be able to upgrade your server due to low or lack of resource availability. Important information about upgrading your server. When upgrading KVM servers, a server reboot is required. This can be performed by Servercheap’s technical support or by you, whichever you chose. You can upgrade your server to a higher plan offered on our website or upgrade individual resources such as RAM, CPU…

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Servercheap installation guide from ISO image

2 min read This article applies to KVM and Hybrid servers only. WARNING: All data on your server will be lost. For a complete ISO list please see this article Begin by logging to your client area and click on your Pro-vm server you wish to install via ISO Step 1)  Shut down your server by clicking on the Shutdown button in the lower right corner. NOTE: Please allow 30 seconds for the server to fully shutdown before going forward. Step 2) Let’s change the boot order and make our server boot from cd/dvd. Click on the little pencil icon next to Boot Order Step…