If you are a webmaster who has outgrown shared hosting and is thinking of upgrading to a VPS, these are exciting times. VPS are available at rock-bottom prices, costing as much and sometimes even less than shared costing. Of course, one must remember that the low cost is for a reason and you get what you paid for.
Still, there is nothing better than a cheap budget VPS to get a feel of what is a VPS is all about.
Setting up your VPS with your own hands can be an exciting experience. Let’s get around to setting up our own VPS!
(i) How To Set Up Name Servers At The Domain Registrar
(ii) How To Set Up A WordPress VPS With Kloxo
(iii) How To Set Up A WordPress VPS With WebMin
(iv) How to set up a WordPress VPS with ISPConfig 3
(v) How To Set Up A WordPress VPS With Auto-Installer Script
(vi) How To Secure & Harden A VPS
(a) Change Port, disable Root & Add sudo user;
(b) Install CSF Firewall;
(c) Install APF Firewall;
(d) Install Fail2Ban
(vii) How To Optimize A VPS
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thank, did fix ok