How do I access my Linux Server?
The way you access your Linux Server will vary depending on the OS and software used. Please use the guides below.
For Linux Servers you can SSH to the server with the IP address or Hostname of the server. This is provided in the Virtual Server Setup email and you may use Putty if you are trying to SSH from a Windows machine.
Web Console Access
|cPanel/WHM Console||You can use the following address: http://serverhostname/ipaddress:2087 (replacing serverhostname with your appropriate server hostname) to access the cPanel/WHM console of your server and log in with the username and password sent in your VPS activation email.|
|ISPConfig Console||The ISPConfig console of your server can be accessed via this address: http://serverhostname/ipaddress:8080 (replacing serverhostname with your appropriate server hostname) and you can log in with the username and password sent in your VPS activation email.|
Power Management Console Access
The VMware power management console for your Linux VPS can be accessed via this address: https://vsphere.au.syrahost.com:9443/vsphere-client/ where you can log in with the username and password sent in your VPS activation email.
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