Below you will find the answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.

Frequently Asked Questions

To connect to a Windows server, you use the remote desktop app available on all Windows computers, via a protocol called RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol).
To connect to a Linux server, you use an SSH client, such as PuTTY. In both cases, you connect to the IP address of your server, and enter the username (by default, the username is "Administrator" on Windows VPSs, and "root" on Linux VPSs) and the password you specified when you ordered the server.
A dedicated server allows the flexibility for the client to customize the server to the client's unique needs for CPU, RAM, disk space and software.
The best and most flexible system is a dedicated server. Then you rent your own server from us. You get the highest security, stability and flexibility. You get a very fast solution and you can create this dedicated server as you want with firewalls, create e-mail servers, game servers, store all kinds of files and applications.
A dedicated server costs more money and requires more knowledge, but you get the best solution for you and your business with this kind of solution. If you have business critical websites, a dedicated server is definitely something to look at, not everyone will get this solution, but it is definitely a good option!
A Virtual Private Server (VPS) is an isolated software container that has its own operating system and applications as if it were a physical computer. A virtual server behaves just like a physical computer and has limited (virtual) resources available such as processors, RAM, hard disks and network ports.
An installed operating system cannot distinguish between a virtual and a physical server (it cannot "see" outside its container). A virtual server is a "real" server in all aspects except that it shares physical resources with other virtual servers in the virtual infrastructure.
To get started with a dedicated server, you should know your needs thoroughly and have a good knowledge of server administration. You can then contact us by sending an email to "[email protected]" and we will help you customize your configuration.
We use one of the world's most advanced and market-leading DDoS Mitigation, Path.net. This DDoS Mitigation resists L3-L7 attacks with a bandwidth of up to 6.5 Tbit/s! This is about 65,000 times more than the average Swedish connection.