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Basic review of the DHCP server

DHCP server helps networks administrators and makes their work lighter!

Networks have become really complex. The amount of devices asking for connection has grown massively. Therefore, the administration and maintenance of networks’ resources are really demanding. 

What is DHCP?

DHCP is a network management protocol that automates the necessary configuration for devices to connect and communicate on IP networks. Without this configuration, devices can’t access network services like NTP or DNS. They can’t establish any communication based on TCP or UDP. DHCP means Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol. 

How does DHCP work?

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Popular DNS attacks that you need to know

DNS attacks: Explication

DNS attacks are a type of cybercrime that takes advantage of flaws in the Domain Name System. Because the DNS system is such an essential element of the internet infrastructure while still having several security flaws, this is a severe cybersecurity risk.

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How to check your CNAME record?

What is a CNAME record?

The CNAME record is one of the most common DNS records, and its main purpose is to point one hostname to another. The short acronym CNAME represents with “C” – canonical and with “NAME” – hostname. With this DNS record, the administrator is able to show the actual true canonical domain name. 

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Best web hosting companies in Greece

If you are about to start a business in Greece, we have a great selection of web hosting companies. Check out these 7 best web hosting companies in Greece. Choosing one of them, you can provide excellent service to the people there and in the neighboring countries like Bulgaria, Turkey, North Macedonia, Albania, and Serbia.

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Domain flipping: How to start?

Domain flipping explained

Domain flipping is an exciting kind of business. The goal is the high profit coming from selling a domain. Yet, that is possible when you have made the purchase at a low price. In order to benefit from great deals, you should be able to determine which domains are going to be potentially interesting for the buyers. You have to consider which particular clients would be engaged in buying these domains and give a high-value offer.

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​Best places to buy “.gr” domain name

​Why get a “.gr” domain name?

Are you planning to step on the Greek market? Greece is a beautiful country in Europe, and it could be an entrance to the whole European Economic Area. So it is a great country to have a business in.

When you are planning a business in the European Union, you can go for a traditional “.com” domain name, but it won’t show your visitors any additional information, and it could be hard to find an available name.

With the “.eu” domain name, it could be a bit easier. It will indicate a broader market (European Union), but still, it will show that the company belongs to that market. Still, it might be too broad for you.

The “.gr” domain name will be perfect if you are focusing precisely on this country. It will show your visitors that the company’s main market is exactly Greece.

​Where to get a “.gr” domain name?

​1. ClouDNS

With ClouDNS you can easily find the right domain name for your company. It has a “.gr” domain name, and the price is set to 25.80 euros (30.45 USD) for 1 year and the same renewal price. The minimum period for registration of the “.gr” domain on this site is 2 years.

ClouDNS is a great choice because it also offers DNS services, so you can significantly improve your domain’s availability. There is a free DNS plan for starters and a lot of premium paid options too.

There is also a free domain parking option.

​2. Easy

Easy is one Greek domain register. What you will find here is a great price – 13 euros* (*before VAT) for new registration of a domain name and 19 euros* (*before VAT) for a renewal.

It offers a great variety of TLDs, so even if you could not find the right “.gr” one, you can go for “.com.gr”, “.net.gr”, or even “.ελ”.

What could be a bit frustrating is that the site often changes to the Greek language, and if you are not a Greek native, it could be a bit hard for you.

The site offers hosting too, so if you want your website to be hosted there, it could be a good combination of services.

​3. 101domain

On 101domain, you can also find а “.gr” domain name. You can register one for 15.25 euros per year (17.99 USD) with a minimum period of 2 years and 38.15 USD for renewal. The company is registered in Ireland, but it also has an office in the USA. So, if you are an American citizen, you can call a local customer support and get all the information you need in our language. As you can expect, here you can find web hosting services and TLS certificates too.

​4. Netim

Netim is another easy-to-use site for domain registration. You can get “.gr” name from 14 euros (VAT is not included) a month with a minimum period of 2 years. There is also an ownership fee of 24 euros. The renewal price is set at 14 (VAT is not included). It is a French company, so if you are a French-speaking person, you can find help a lot easier with this company. The company has more than 15 years of experience already.

Apart from the domain names, Natim offers web hosting and TLS certificates.

Best web hosting companies in Greece

​Conclusion

Get your “.gr” domain name from one of these well-known registrars. They are all trustworthy and have been in the business for a long time.

Start your Greek adventure now!