Category: CommunityCommunity tagged "ipv6"

This post is part of a series comparing InterWorx to other server and hosting management applications. Today,  we’re going to take a look how InterWorx, cPanel, Parallels Plesk, and DirectAdmin measure up with regard to managing IPv6 addresses. If you’d like to see a detailed comparison of InterWorx 5 with other server management products, take […]

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Sep 25, 2014, 5:13 pmBy: Corey Northcutt (0) Comments

IPv6 adoption rates are slowly growing. It might not seem particularly impressive, but as of February 2014, 3 percent of the users connecting to Google’s servers were using the nextgen protocol. As a proportion it looks meager, but given the huge amount of traffic that Google sees, in terms of absolute numbers, it is more […]

Mar 7, 2014, 12:11 pmBy: InterWorx (0) Comments

It’s been a long time coming, and at long last, we’re happy to announce the release of InterWorx 5.0! In addition to a HUGE number of tweaks, fixes, and improvements, some of the highlights you’ll notice in 5.0 are: Full IPv6 support PLUS Pools and Subpools for managing your IPv6 addresses A brand new, modern […]

Sep 16, 2013, 12:03 pmBy: InterWorx (0) Comments

Earlier this week, InterWorx 5.0 officially graduated from pure beta status with the release of RC1. The full release will be out to everyone soon, and while the folks who have participated in the beta have been getting familiar with all the new features and changes, the rest of our community hasn’t yet had the […]

Aug 8, 2013, 3:55 pmBy: InterWorx (0) Comments

H-Sphere, from Parallels, is a powerful web hosting control panel that runs on top of Java. While it’s certainly feature rich, H-Sphere tends towards the Rube-Goldberg school of engineering — in its efforts to be all things to all hosting companies, whatever platform they run on, H-Sphere sacrifices focus and ease-of-use on the altar of […]

Jun 26, 2013, 5:05 pmBy: InterWorx (0) Comments


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