We’re continuously investing in our MPLS network (AS60945) to ensure it’s fast and ultra reliable. So, today we’re delighted to announce we’ve joined LINX (London Internet Exchange). Peering is where traffic between two ISP networks travels directly between them rather than over another network. This reduces the chances of disruption and ensures high performance. LINX is one of … Read more
We have chosen Telia a Tier 1 Global Carrier, as an additional transit provider on our high speed, low latency Juniper MPLS Network in London’s Docklands. As we operate our own MPLS network this will benefit Customers at all of our Points of Presence. We currently work with two other Tier 1 carriers, NTT & … Read more
As of Java version 7 onwards, the Java development team continue to make security “improvements” that inadvertently play havoc with Java embedded devices such as the web GUI’s on Dell & Avocent KVMoIP switches.
Microsoft have announced that they are ceasing updates and support for Windows Server 2008, 2008 R2 & Exchange Server 2010 on January 14th 2020.
Late last year we took the decision to push forward with our expansion plans and begin the build of our second data centre in Wolverhampton, just 3 years after fitting out our first datacentre. We were then approached by a well-known ISP to provide a private data suite consisting of 40 racks, 32A Dual Feeds … Read more
2018 has been a great year so far, and over the last month, our Colocation, Dedicated Servers and VoIP Solutions have expanded at record speed. The expansion has edged us closer to full capacity in our first privately owned data centre. To facilitate the expansion of our cloud services, we’ve now started the build of … Read more
We take great pride in our commitment to providing a secure, high quality and reliable hosting service to all of our clients. VeloxServ is now fully accredited with UKAS ISO 27001 and ISO 9001, covering all of our hosting services.
Thanks to social media we’re more connected than ever. You’re never more than a few clicks away from speaking to someone, whether you’re out shopping, as long as you’re connected to the Internet you’re connected to the world.
CentOS, Fedora and FreeBSD by default have the port set to 22, to log in over SSH. Here’s how to change that port. Firstly, edit the SSH configuration file to enable this: vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config Find the line: #Port 22 and change it to: Port 2222 (Or a port of your choice, make sure it doesn’t overlap with … Read more