Topic: Network Configuration Guidance

Unlock the full potential of your dedicated servers (DS) with comprehensive networking guidance. Explore our Knowledge Base and Help articles to learn about DS network configurations, security, and optimization, ensuring seamless connectivity and performance.

Network configuration CentOS on the server

From this article, you will learn about main and additional IP addresses for centos Main IP address IPv4 Dedicated root servers The main IP address of a dedicated root server usually comes from a /26 or /27 subnet. In order to prevent (accidental) adoption of foreign IP addresses, communication ...
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10G Uplink Setup for a Dedicated Server

In this article, you will learn about 10G uplink. Introduction We offer a 10G uplink for many of our dedicated servers. This replaces the 1G uplink. Only one uplink per server is possible. You can either directly order a new server with a 10G uplink, or write a support request and have an existing...
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Network configuration on Debian OS

From this article, you will learn about main and additional IP addresses. Main IP address IPv4 The main IP of a dedicated root server is usually located in a /26 or /27 subnet. In order to prevent the accidental use of a foreign IP address, our infrastructure rejects any Ethernet packets that are...
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Network configuration using systemd-networkd

From this article you will learn about network configuration using systemd-networkd. Please note With systemd version 238 net naming schemes were introduced. This means that if you're using predictable network interface names, network interfaces may be named differently depending on the booted sys...
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