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Dashboard (Demo)

About the Dashboard
The Dashboard shows an overview of your server and allows you to quickly see its current status or reboot it if you are having problems. Don't show this message again.

Server information

Server name
Operating system
Control panel
Primary IP Address*
Additional IP Addresses
CPU Cores
RAM (Memory)
HDD (Disk Space)
Hybrid Configuration
Host server

Billing Information

Plan
Billing Period
Next Renewal (ex. VAT)
Renewal Date

Connectivity

* This is a demo VPS. These connection details are for example only and will not work.

This server has recently been set up. It may not be immediately accessible by either IP address or server name and any addons such as cPanel or Plesk may still be installing and not yet functional. Windows servers may indicate that they are not activated or licensed for a short period after provisioning.

Primary IP Address*
Login username
Login password
(Initial password)

        
(this is the password your server was given when initially built)

Please note: The login username and password on this page are not automatically updated when you change the password on your server.

This VPS is running .  The default way to connect to a system is through SSH.

This VPS is running .  The default way to connect to a system is by using Remote Desktop.

Load balancing

This server is behind a load balancer. Click here to view details and configuration of the load balancer.

You can add multiple VPS/hybrid/dedicated servers to a load balancer. A load balancer distributes traffic to your website/other service between many servers - spreading load between your servers and preventing your service from being interrupted if any server is malfunctioning.

Learn more

Status

Online
Server functioning normally.

Options

This is a demo VPS. These options will have no effect.

Modify VPS

Edit server details

This is a demo VPS. Server details are not editable.

Server name
Server description
Login username
Login password

Please note: The password on this page is the password used to initially log in to your server and to log in to console access. Updating the login username or password on this page will not change your server's password, but will change the console password.

Graphs & Statistics

We keep track of important statistics relating to your server, so you can be sure it's performing as expected.
These graphs are refreshed every few minutes.

This is a demo VPS. Graphs are static and for example purposes only.

View period:

I/O Activity

I/O Activity

Bandwidth

Bandwidth

Current backup usage

Backup space

Out-of-band Console Access

It happens to the best of us - sometimes you change the wrong network settings, or install something you shouldn't have, and accidentally lock yourself out of your server. Luckily, our out-of-band console gives you direct access to your server even if SSH or Remote Desktop isn't possible.

This server has recently been set up. Out-of-band console may not be accessible until several hours after set up.

Access details

This is a demo VPS. These connection details are for example only and will not work.

Text-based (SSH) console

The SSH console provides text-based access to your server. You connect to it in the same manner as you would SSH to a Linux server. This type of console is most applicable to Linux (CentOS/Ubuntu) VPS, although Windows also provides a limited text-based console. If you are using Windows and don't have a SSH client, you can download PuTTY.

SSH Host:
Username:
Password:

Graphical (VNC) console

The VNC console displays exactly what's on the virtual "screen" - as if you plugged a display directly into the server. You connect to it using a VNC client (for example, TightVNC).

VNC Host:
VNC Display: ? (you may also/alternatively need to enter port: ?)
Password:

Recovery build

If your server is turned off, connecting through the text-based (SSH) console will give you access to our recovery build system. This will allow you to perform emergency maintenance on your server if it is otherwise unbootable.

Important information

The passwords used for connection are, by default, the initial passwords set for your server.

Server Backups

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Snapshots

Scheduled image snapshot backups of your server can be taken weekly, monthly or on-demand. You can restore these backups at any time to bring your server back to its previous state. You can add extra snapshot backup slots to allow multiple backups to be taken and restored. Snapshots are a subscription-based service.

Your backup space

This is a demo VPS. These connection details are for example only and will not work.

You have ??GB of backup space. You are using ??GB of this.
To access this backup space for manual backups:

Mount this backup space for manual backups by running the following commands as root through SSH:

mkdir /backups;
chkconfig portmap on;
service portmap start;
echo ": /backups nfs rw,hard,intr,noexec,rsize=8192,wsize=8192,nfsvers=4,noatime,_netdev,nolock 0 0" >> /etc/fstab; mount -a

Snapshot backups

Snapshot backups backup the entire state of your server on a weekly or monthly basis. You can restore your server back its previous state quickly and as often as you need. This will use your backup space up to the size of your server's hard disk ().

Existing and scheduled snapshots

Type Date/Time Options

Snapshot backups

Snapshot backups backup the entire state of your server on a weekly or monthly basis. To use snapshot backups you need backup space equal to or greater than your server's hard disk ().

Unfortunately, we are experiencing some problems accessing your backup space.

We apologise for the inconvenience.