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Your local IP address is the one your computer shows when you are connected to the internet, this is a unique number to identify you when connected. This may or may not change depending on your Internet Service Provider (ISP) each time you connect. The b...
Installing a wildcard SSL certificate in cPanel isn't super easy and once you have it installed it can be a bit troublesome to take advantage of the wildcard feature. Some people say that you need a dedicated IP address for every subdomin you want t...
A Secure Socket Layer (or SSL) Certificate [1] provides encrypted data transfer between a server and a browser. If you are transmitting sensitive information like credit card numbers or personal information, you need to secure it with SSL encryptio...
WHAT IS AN IP? An IP address is the location of a computer on the internet. 50.22.14.98 We always provides static, public IPs on servers. We offer shared by default and dedicated by request [1]. To have a dedicated IP, you must also have an SSL cer...
In the welcome email we send to all new customers there is a noted Server IP address. If you're a shared customer, that MAY NOT be the IP address of your actual server. It's super easy to find the IP address of your server (for most shared, VPS, busine...
_Please note that you MUST have a SSL certificate and a Dedicated IP address to use SSL on your website and therefore be able to do a SSL redirect. Please contact our support at support@hostnine.com [1] for more information on pricing and installation._ ...
Follow these instructions to generate a Private Key and CSR for your Web site. _NOTE: more on CSRs and RSAs here [1]._ 1. The first step is to create a private key. Logon to cPanel and click the SSL Manger icon 2. From the SSL Manger click Private Keys ...
THE BASICS SSL is short for Secure Sockets Layer. It is a mechanism for encrypting data between your computer and another, as well as verifying the identity of a server. One can specify a special URL to tell a web browser that it needs to open a se...
You can retain your current SSL certificate and install it on your new hosting account. The certificate will need to be used for the same domain name, though. If you already own an SSL, create a ticket with our Support department [1] and we'll get y...
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