Operating System and Software

All new user servers at pair Networks run the FreeBSD or Ubuntu operating system (FreeBSD & Ubuntu ). UNIX operating systems have been proven stable and reliable through decades of enhancement and improvement. pair Networks uses the open-source FreeBSD and Ubuntu operating systems exclusively for all of our Web hosting services. You can count on […]

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Installed MIME Types

The following is a list of MIME types installed on our FreeBSD servers. application/activemessage application/andrew-inset ez application/applefile application/atom+xml atom application/atomicmail application/batch-smtp application/beep+xml application/cals-1840 application/cnrp+xml application/commonground application/cpl+xml application/cybercash application/dca-rft application/dec-dx application/dvcs application/edi-consent application/edifact application/edi-x12 application/eshop application/font-tdpfr application/http application/hyperstudio application/iges application/index application/index.cmd application/index.obj application/index.response application/index.vnd application/iotp application/ipp application/isup application/mac-binhex40 hqx application/mac-compactpro cpt application/macwriteii application/marc application/mathematica application/mathml+xml mathml […]

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Installed Ruby Gems

The list below represents the latest Ruby Gems installed on our FreeBSD servers. abstract (1.0.0) ackbar (0.1.1) action_profiler (1.0.0) actionmailer (2.3.2, 2.2.2, 1.2.5, 1.0.1) actionpack (2.3.2, 2.2.2, 1.13.6, 1.12.5, 1.9.1) actionservice (0.3.0) actionwebservice (1.2.6, 1.1.6, 0.8.1) active_acl (0.2.1) activedirectory (1.0.1) activerdf (1.6.11) activerdf_rdflite (1.4.1) activerdf_redland (1.2.2) activerdf_rules (0.0.2) activerdf_sparql (1.3.6) activerecord (2.3.2, 2.2.2, 1.15.6, 1.14.4, […]

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Secure Server (SSL) Information

SSL, which stands for Secure Sockets Layer, is a protocol that allows traffic between a Web server and client (ie, the browser) to be strongly encrypted, using public key technology. Access to a SSL-enabled server is made through URLs that begin with “https:” rather than “http:” The secure connection is made on port 443 rather […]

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Network Status

Network Element Status CenturyLink 10-GigE Normal Level(3) 10-GigE Normal Verizon 10-GigE Normal XO (Denver) GigE Normal CenturyLink (Denver) GigE Normal Routing Gateways Normal Switching Gateways Normal Internal Switching Normal Standby denotes a circuit that is available but not currently in use. Pending denotes a circuit that is not yet available. Maintenance indicates that a circuit or […]

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