Zoho Mail can be accessed via POP/ IMAP from the standard email clients. The administrator can enable or disable the access via POP/ IMAP for the user accounts based on the organizations requirements. The POP/ IMAP configuaration details are given below:
Incoming Server Name : imappro.zoho.com
Port : 993
Require SSL : Yes
Username : firstname.lastname@example.org
Incoming Server Name : poppro.zoho.com
Port : 995
Require SSL : Yes
Username : email@example.com
Outgoing / SMTP
Outgoing Server Name: smtp.zoho.com
Port : 465 with SSL or 587 with TLS
Require Authentication: Yes
Step One— Create a New Directory
The first step in creating a virtual host is to a create a directory where we will keep the new website’s information. This location will be your Document Root in the nginx virtual configuration file later on. By adding a -p to the line of code, the command automatically generates all the parents for the new directory.
sudo mkdir -p /var/www/example.com/public_html
You will need to designate an actual DNS approved domain, or an IP address, to test that a virtual host is working. In this tutorial we will use example.com as a placeholder for a correct domain name.
However, should you want to use an unapproved domain name to test the process you will find information on how to make it work on your local computer in Step Six.
Step Two—Grant Permissions
We need to grant ownership of the directory to the right user, instead of just keeping it on the root system. You can replace the “www-data” below with the appropriate username.
sudo chown -R www-data:www-data /var/www/example.com/public_html
Additionally, it is important to make sure that everyone is able to read our new files.
sudo chmod 755 /var/www
Now you are all done with permissions. Continue reading “Creating Nginx Virtual Hosts” »
Step 1: Open “cgi.cfg” of nagios etc directory ( ex: /usr/local/nagios/etc/) via editor
Step 2: Add user (ex: tappware) in the followings:
authorized_for_read_only=viewuser [Important for view only]
Step 3: Restart nagios
Make sure you use the correct amount of worker_processes in your /etc/nginx/nginx.conf. This should be equal to the amount of CPU cores in the output of
cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep processor
root@server1:~# cat /proc/cpuinfo | grep processor
processor : 0
processor : 1
processor : 2
processor : 3
processor : 4
processor : 5
processor : 6
processor : 7
In this example, we have eight CPU cores, so we set
Keepalive_timeout, sendfile, tcp_nopush, tcp_nodelay
Continue reading “Tuning Nginx for Maximum Performance” »
Ericsson and Nokia, the number two and three suppliers, have their debt rated as junk. Verizon is selling, what should have been its future, their cloud business, to IBM. AT&T is loosing wireless subscribers every quarter. Telefonica, the innovation leader, is scaling back its IoT Smart City business. Telecom as an industry is getting to a crossroad. Whatever road they take will decide their future. The closest resemblance is the moment IBM discovered that PCs and servers were a commodity. They decided to become a services and software company. Competitors of them did not. These competitors might not be around for many more years. Communication has been commoditised. Calls and SMSes are dead. Long live WhatsApp and others! Even Twilio, the SMS and call disruptor, is having problems. Continue reading “Telecom is at a crossroad. The telecom business is starting to fail.” »
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a client/server protocol that automatically provides an Internet Protocol (IP) host with its IP address and other related configuration information such as the subnet mask and default gateway.
In our previous article, you have setup your DNS Server using Webmin, refer below link for more information.
In this article We will seen how to configure DHCP Server Using Webmin(web-based interface). Webmin tool offer to new system administrators to perform all system management task from via a web browser, Instead of using the command line console or terminal. You can also manage a system from the console or remotely. Continue reading “Configure DHCP Server Step-by-Step config Guide Using Webmin” »
PSiTransfer, which is a simple and open source file sharing utility. Using PSiTransfer, we can either share our files locally or globally. Unlike transfer.sh, it is not a website. It is actually a self-hosted file sharing platform. You can deploy it on home system to share files over local area network. Or, you can deploy it on a VPS or Cloud, so that you can access or share your files from anywhere, using any Internet-enabled device. Since, it comes with built-in web server, you don’t need to deploy any other extra software. All you need is a web browser to access or share your stuffs. Continue reading “Install PSiTransfer on Debian 8 A Simple Open Source Self-hosted File Sharing Solution” »
There could be many reasons why your website performance is poor, one of them can possibly be that Apache is not coping with the load. Below you’ll find ready to consume configuration to make Apache performance better using the Apache MPM prefork module.
To do this, just include the below lines into your httpd.conf apache configuration file:
MaxClients 200 #must be customized
ServerLimit 200 #must be customized
Some explanations are here:
Continue reading “Simple way to tune apache performance using mpm prefork module” »
Varnish Cache is a web accelerator, sometimes referred to as a HTTP accelerator or a reverse HTTP proxy, that will significantly enhance your web performance.
Varnish speeds up a website by storing a copy of the page served by the web server the first time a user visits that page. The next time a user requests the same page, Varnish will serve the copy instead of requesting the page from the web server.
This means that your web server needs to handle less traffic and your website’s performance and scalability go through the roof. Varnish cache will increase the delivery of your web content by 80 % or more, depending on your architecture. Continue reading “Install And Configure Varnish Cache With Apache On Debian 7” »