Running a Trace Route

Whenever you surf the web, a packet is transmitted across several routers before it reaches it’s final destination. If your website is running slow for you or is not accessible, our support team may ask you to submit a trace route as it allows us to see which routers any data packets are being transmitted to and the response times.

We can then use this information to see exactly where the slow downs or complete outages are coming from making it much easier to resolve.

In this article, I am going to show you how to run a trace route on. Examples have been provided on OS X (Applies to Mac, Linux and Unix) as well as Windows 10 (Also applies to Visa, 7, 8 and 8.1). Learn More

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Using Web.Config to Allow/Deny Access to an Specific IP

Applications must have an IP blocking feature in order to deny access to certain computers that could attack your site. But this can also be useful if you want to give access to your ASP application to just one person. In this article I will give you a step-by-step guide on how to allow or deny access to an specific IP using Web.Config Learn More

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Advanced Search for Elgg

Elgg comes with a search feature that lets you find content or users within your site. It is a very basic search and sometimes won’t return results. In this article I will give you a step-by-step guide on how to install an advanced search in Elgg Learn More

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