VPS Control Panel

This article will assist in navigating through our VPS control panel.

When you get an email from us labeled as New Private Server Information, you can login to a separate control panel to further modify your VPS.

The credentials are below the provided URL in the email.

Once navigated to the VPS control page, you can login with your credentials provided to you in the email.

Control Panel

Logging in, you'll be greeted with a welcoming control panel

There will be a list of Virtual Private Servers under your account.

On the left sidebar, you can see there are multiple options to manage your servers.

  • Tasks - Shows a history of Start/Stop/Restart/Reinstall actions done on all your machines

  • SSH Keys - If you have a private key and would like them stored for easier connectivity, keys can be added here (only applies to Linux Distributions)

  • Applications

  • Reverse DNS - rDNS entries can be applied here

  • My Profile - Basic Information of your account

  • Settings - Language, Timezone, and Bandwidth Threshold can be adjusted here

  • Account Password - Password changes occur here

  • API Credentials - If you would like to make use of the API for your own applications, API keys can be created here.

VPS Information

Navigating back to the List VPS page, you can press the forward arrow to expand details for your VPS

In this section, you can see basic details and metrics about your VPS.

Additionally, there are 6 other tabs.

  • Graphs - Shows detailed information about Bandwidth usage.

  • Settings - Modify Hostname, Password, and VPS configuration

  • Applications - Pre-configured applications that can be executed once we offer them

  • Install - Reinstall your OS

  • Tasks and Logs - Shows a history of Start/Stop/Restart/Reinstall actions done for this specific machine

  • Rescue Mode - Messed up on your main partition and can't boot back in? Rescue mode provides the ability to boot a small Linux environment from another disk so that you can rescue your primary linux VPS or backup files that are present on it.

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