IPv6 Explained


Rack Servers now have IPv6 Activated IPv6, or Internet Protocol version 6, is an upgrade of Internet Protocol to increase the number of addresses available for devices connected to the internet. IPv6 uses addresses 128 bits long, compared to the 32 bit address length of its predecessor, … [Read more...]

Changing Name Servers


A DNS (Domain Name Server) is a set of instructions that tells the internet world that a specific IP address is to be used for a domain name. Each domain has to have a DNS record for the computer controlling the IP address on which a domain is hosted- this is a name server. At Rack Servers our … [Read more...]