Nexus Bytes: Announcing EntryBytes (Not an April fool prank)

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Hope all is well with you and your loved ones. Thank you for your continued business and thank you for being a member of the Nexus Bytes Family :).

Over the months and years, we have asked you for your valuable feedback, that continues to pave the way for our services and offerings. We appreciate you for not only taking the time to communicate with us, but also for continuing to help us, becoming the better version of ourselves. Thank you!

One of the most commonly shared feedback was, can we bake something bigger and lesser, with the similar Nexus Bytes delicious spice. Not only did we listen to your suggestions and ideas, but we actually cooked up a whole new division, to accommodate your requests!

Today, we are excited to announce our affordable sub-brand, EntryBytes: Purveyor of quality affordable VPS

Powered by the same loving and caring team, that you have known since day 1. By separating our brands, we will able to develop additional services and offerings, which also paves the way for future affordable offerings under the Entry Bytes lineup, while continuing to bake more awesomeness within Nexus Bytes current offerings.


This is not an April Fool joke and what we said above, we were serious about it!

There is no better way to announce this awesome update, but to share the following amazing promotions:

Limited promo codes: 

Am-I-A-Joke-To-You-?(30) – 30% recurring discount
Am-I-A-Joke-To-You-?(25) – 25% recurring discount
Am-I-A-Joke-To-You-?(20) – 20% recurring discount

Eligible plans:
EntryBytes VPS Plans (Entry and Inter)

Payment Terms:
Quarterly, Semi-Annual, Annual.


Select Family perks available. Please confirm eligibility here.

Once again, we would like to thank you, for your valuable partnership and being a member of the Nexus Bytes Family 🙂

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Accessing DirectAdmin control panel:

If you just installed DA (Directadmin) server for the first time, you will be accessing using your DA installation by navigating to “Your-Server-IP:2222” using your favorite web browser.

Your default username is “Admin” and you will be provided with your default password that was provided you at the end of your installation.

If you have received your login credentials for your Reseller Hosting account or Web Hosting account, you will be able to access using the details provided in your welcome e-mail.

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What is DirectAdmin?

DirectAdmin is an easy to use, graphical web control panel, built for managing servers, that includes all the necessary tools for one to successfully deploy and administrate their web identity (Website, database, email etc.).

Nexus Bytes is a proud DirectAdmin partner. Nexus Bytes is also one of the very few VPS and Dedicated Server provider, that offers Free DirectAdmin control panel with our Affordable VPS, Premium VPS and Virtual Dedicated Servers.

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Getting started with DirectAdmin Reseller Hosting

Congratulations! If you are reading this, either you have chosen to start your web hosting business or decided to expand! Both of which takes amazing amount of courage and planning. Thank you for choosing Nexus Bytes reseller web hosting and giving us the honor of becoming your web hosting partner!

We know you are ready to get started and we want you to get started! This will be a series of “How to” with your reseller hosting plan, so you can get comfortable and offer your services to your clients, like a pro, that you are!

Without further ado, let’s get started, shall we?

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Virtual Private Servers: too good to be true?

The virtual private server or VPS is a brilliant innovation, offering excellent value in terms of cost, flexibility and performance. However, despite its exceptional strengths, it is not without weaknesses. 

Although the VPS is a self-contained system with its own allocated hardware resources, it may not perform as expected. For physical dedicated servers, you can expect maximum performance from its hardware resources. However, a VPS may not perform as expected given the allocated virtual hardware resources. There are three main reasons for an underperforming VPS.

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