FAQ

Shared hosting consists of a web hosting platform for holding small to large websites.

A Virtual Private Server or VPS is a server that acts like a physical computer, but is virtual, and runs on another physical computer. These servers can do almost anything a physical server can, but for a fraction of the cost.

If you purchased a server using Linux you can SSH into it using a tool known as Putty, or you can use our control panel located here.

There are plenty of uses for a server: A Game Server for playing with your friends, a File Server for storing backups and distributing files, a Webserver for hosting websites, A Video Streaming Server for streaming TV and movies, or even remote workstation.

If you are having trouble accessing your account, logging in, or just need some help setting things up our support team can be reached via Discord or by email: [email protected]

A Virtual Private Server or VPS is a server that acts like a physical computer, but is virtual, and runs on another physical computer. These servers can do almost anything a physical server can, but for a fraction of the cost.

If you purchased a server using Linux you can SSH into it using a tool known as Putty, or you can use our control panel located here.

There are plenty of uses for a server: A Game Server for playing with your friends, a File Server for storing backups and distributing files, a Webserver for hosting websites, A Video Streaming Server for streaming TV and movies, or even remote workstation.

If you are having trouble accessing your account, logging in, or just need some help setting things up our support team can be reached via Discord or by email: [email protected]