An Internet Protocol address (IP address) is a numerical label assigned to each device in a computer network that uses the Internet Protocol for communication.

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Domain owner uses my IP without permission

as I discovered recently a lot of domains of a certain organisation all have their A-Record set to the IP of a server that I own. The server currently does only host security auditing tools and does ...
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How to get multiple public ip address in India?

We thought of having a VAS server at home and collected everything every bit of hardware but the problem we found is that how to get a subnet at cheaper price like that of digital ocean or any other ...
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Having Difficulty Blocking Spam Website Visitors

I'm getting hammered by spam requests. I allow guest comments that require pending and got over 20,000 of them in a very short space of time. 99% are from Ukraine or China. To bypass this I have used ...
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Im getting the IP of my VPS instead of the domain in Google search results

Im getting the ip of my vps instead of the domain in web results. I don't have the same problem with other sites inside the vps. <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName www.todocamino.info ...
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How do you filter out traffic from your own IP address in Google Analytics when using IP Anonymization?

I'm using Universal Analytics via Googe Tag Manager. I want to filter out my own IP in a view. Since I'm using IP address anonymization, I'm filtering both my full and my IP ending with 0. (e.g. ...
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Access a client's website via VPS IP address (Froxlor Server Management Panel)

Many control panels (cPanel, vestaCP, etc) allow users to access their site using the server's ip address like this: 123.456.789.011/~some-domain.com Where 123.456.789.011 is the ip address of the ...
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Multiple Websites on Multiple Servers behind One External IP

Brief I’m currently working on a project to bring two of our hosted servers (one email, one web) in-house to run alongside our other web server. Hosting one web server is fairly straightforward, but ...
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Nginx, an AWS load balancer, and configuring a website to be visible on the WWW

I have never configured an Amazon load balancer before. I have never configured a web server with an AWS machine that worked on the WWW. I have used it only as a web server that my Windows workstation ...
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Nameservers are changed but are not reflected in practice

We had a domain that is bound to a country(like for UK the domains are like with somedomain.uk or for US they are like somedomain.us) and we want to change its nameservers to its subdamins for some ...
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Private Nameservers and DNS for 2 dedicated servers

We just recently rent our second dedicated server with WHM from our hosting provider. But we have issues with the DNS and would like some input to find the solution. The first server have its ...