Purge cache from CDN

Please read carefully. While this looks tough, it is very easy as you will see. Here is and example of the URL to access the purge feature. http://YOUR-SERVER-NAME-GOES-HERE.m3xs.net/mrtg/purge/status.php Note: The username and password are the same ones you use to access your servers MRTG graphs. 1.) To clear a file from the cache, enter the […]

How to create a robots.txt file

You can use the /robots.txt file to give instructions about your site to web robots; called The Robots Exclusion Protocol. How it works: a robot wants to vists a Web site URL, say http://www.m3server.com/features.html.  Before it does so, it firsts checks for http://www.m3server.com/robots.txt, and finds: User-agent: * Disallow: / ‘User-agent: *’ means this section applies to all robots. ‘Disallow: […]

M3CDN and Firewall FAQ

> Can you explain how the bandwidth is used less? Also how speed is increased? Those are very good questions, we will improve our web site for illustrating these answers. We thank you for the questions! Your server will use less bandwidth since the CDN will cache content and serve it from the cloud VS […]

deny file types from directory

Sometimes you may want to block content from certain directories: – prevent apache from serving the files to prevent mass downloads while allowing your media server to serve them. – storage directory that shouldn’t serve specific files until they are processed, IE, temp directory Place this content into the local directory you wish to block […]

How to setup Android Mail App

The following blog entry will help you configure your Android device mail app settings. 1) Select Mail App 2) Click Menu 3) Select Settings 4) Click Add account 5) Enter Email address and Password   6) Click Next 7) Select IMAP account type. INCOMING SERVER SETTINGS 8) Enter Username and Password Note: Both are case […]

xmlrpc attacks

Most clients and sites do not use xmlrpc function of WordPress so we block access to this file by our default apache configuration. If you need it enabled, just add this code to the top of your .htaccess file for the site in question: IMPORTANT READING: What is haccess and why you should back up […]