CLOUD VDS. START! ENG
Posted by Stanislav Pogorzhelskiy on 19 April 2018 20:28:37
How to use the service "CLOUD VDS".
After payment the service in your Billing area will change the status to "ACTIVE". This means that you can proceed to create virtual servers and use the service.
An example of what the service looks like without the created servers:
To start using the service, the first thing to do is creating a server.
It is important to note that the number of servers running is limited by the number of IP addresses purchased and other free resources (CPU, RAM, HDD).
To create your server click the "Add New Server" button.
Choose your server's name and configuration. All your purchased resources are immediately available to you, you can assign them by moving the corresponding sliders
Pay attention to:
Hostname - specify the name of the server
OS type - specify which OS type you plan to use
CD-ROM: ISO - choose OS to install
Confirm the server configuration and click:
An example of how it should look like:
Explanations to the main service control buttons.
Main page of the service:
1 - server status. Green - the server is turned on. Red - the server is turned off.
2 - go to server management or delete it.
4 - List of IP addresses that are allocated for your servers.
5 - server name.
Server management page:
Boot - enable the server
Reboot - reboot the server
Stop - stop the server
Shutdown - turn off the server
NoVNC Comsole - enable the server boot screen to install the OS and work on the server without using the IP address of your server, similar to IPMI / KVM.
Upgrade - change the characteristics of the server, for example, when you have purchased additional resources.
Network settings that you need to use with your virtual server.
CD / DVD Disc Image File - Specify / select which ISO image of the CD / DVD drive you use to install the OS on the virtual server.
Boot Order - the order of loading media in the virtual server before the OS
You can install the OS on your server via the NoVNC console.
NoVNC console runs in a separate browser page.