Frequently Asked Questions
An Unmanaged Server, is where we setup the hardware, install the OS and a control panel if one is ordered and maintain the network and hardware. Things like installing scripts and software, troubleshooting configuration issues, setting up firewall rules, etc. are all up to you.
To list a few ideas; Host websites, Host Game Servers, Host Email Servers, Host VPNS, Resell, Host a Internet Radio Station. If you need help and advice on how to setup, C-panels and how to use them and how to install them, then again, please don't hesitate to ask.
All you have to make sure is that there is nothing illegale nor any illegale activity occuring on the Servers, if founded evidence shall be collected your service will be cancelled without a refund and the appropiate authorities will be contacted. Please refer to our TOS for more information.
All of our Unmanaged Servers allow Reselling, if you need advice on setting up, please don't hesistate to contact us, it is what we are here for.
We offer a wide range of OS for our servers, they may differ depeding on the package you choose, but to list a few; CentOS 6, 7, Debian Jessie, Debian Jessie (32-Bit), Debian Wheezy, Debian Wheezy (32-Bit), Fendora 21, Fendora 22, Ubuntu and Ubuntu LTS.
Our Bandwidth is 1Gbit Port from 33TB Transfer (default), 100TB, 200TB and Unmetered.
Huskymakes is a new Hosting provider Hosted in Kansas City US, we plan to start a Gaming Forums for organised events and giveaways, we want to help our clients and form a proffesional yet friendly enviroment for both staff and clients.
We plan to expand into VPS Hosting, VPN Hosting, Managed Hosting, Game Server Hosting, Web Hosting, Internet Radio Station Hosting, Teaching Languages such as; English, German, Dutch, Japanese Kanji Mandarin, Spanish and French, we also want to create a Gaming Community Forums with weekly events and giveaways.
Do you have any suggestions on what we can do to improve our service? Or want to reccomend a service we should get into? The please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
A web host, or web hosting service provider, is a business that provides the technologies and services needed for the website or webpage to be viewed in the Internet. Websites are hosted, or stored, on special computers called servers.
An SSL certificate allows you to conduct secure transactions through your ecommerce portal on your site, that is if you sell things online through your site. This certificate will allow your visitors to know that their transactions, and most importantly their credit card information, will be secure during the transaction process. An SSL certificate basically unscrambles the cardholder’s information.
The Huskymakes Website Builder is a premium drag n’ drop website builder that allows you to make a website without any technical skills.
If you’re already a Huskymakes customer and wish to activate your Website Builder, please use the Website Builder Request Form located inside of your account manager.
You can find how to transfer your server files via here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndPou9vygHI
It’s important that you know what you’re backing up first. If you’re running a content management system, such as Drupal, WordPress or any web site that runs a database, you’ll have to back up the database as well. If you’re running a simple web site, you’ll have to just back up the web site files.
Step #1 – Backing up Website files
In order to backup your files, we recommend that you use FTP and copy the whole public_html directory from your web hosting account to your PC. We recommend using FileZilla to transfer your web site files to your PC.
Here is a tutorial on how to use the software: http://wiki.filezilla-project.org/Using
Important folders to download from the root folder of your account:
• mail (location of all your stored e-mails)
• public_html (location of all your stored website files)
Step #2 – Backing up Databases
Login to your cPanel account and click on the phpMyAdmin icon located under the databases section.
1. Select the database you wish to backup in the drop-down database selection box on the left
2. Click the Export Tab towards the top of the interface. This will take you to the Export page with a lot of options
3. Click “Select All”. This ensures that all the tables in the database is included.
4. Select “SQL” in the Export box
5. Ensure that “Structure” is selected, then make sure the “Add Auto_Increment” and “Enclose Table and Field Name with Backquotes” boxes are ticked.
6. Make sure “Data is selected, check “Hexadecimal for Binary Field” and set the Export type to “Insert”.
6. 7. Select “Save as File” then click “Go”. You will be prompted to save the database to your computer.