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It would greatly depend on how much more traffic we're talking. I'm afraid this question invites "opinions", but I'll give some perspective. I'll try to avoid reviewing hosts as much as I'd like to address what you'll likely need: Usage of CDN (content delivery networks) begins to become more needed. Having a dedicated server (~$70/mo HostGator and Digital ...


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Is it the proper response for the hosting company to change the IP when a DOS attack occurs? I switched from a company that used to shut down the servers in similar occasions I can't see you gaining any advantage with an IP address change because 1, an IP address change causes your website to not be ready until the domain name TTL expires which may take ...


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If it is a small/middle sized company with limited bandwidth (<1-10 Gbps) changing IP address pool is the best, cheaper and quicker option. Only carriers, CDN providers or big companies can mitigate DoS attacks with other solutions (and the bandwidth is not a problem for them). About DNS propagation, whois registers are the one that takes a very long ...


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I've been through this, you will likely find that the server's IP address has been blacklisted by Microsoft. Does your domain have valid SPF and DKIM records in DNS? If not, that will be what has caused it possibly. You don't say whether or not there is a bounce message, this will tell you the problem, as usual. Because it is a shared server, all you ...


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Yes it is possible using Apache and PHP, by setting the expires and cache-control using header(), you can find out more about what is, and what is not supported in the HTTP/1.1 specification. PHP headers will look something like this: $seconds_to_cache = 3600; $ts = gmdate("D, d M Y H:i:s", time() + $seconds_to_cache) . " GMT"; header("Expires: $ts"); ...


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For changing the main/primary domain, you will need to have root SSH access and be able to locate and edit the following file (replacing your user & domain info): /var/cpanel/userdata/USERNAME/DOMAIN.COM Once you have opened the file, look for the following line: documentroot: /home/USERNAME/public_html Modify the location according to your needs. ...



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