VPS – general information

What is a VPS (virtual private server)?

A virtual private server (VPS) is a virtual server. A virtual server is dedicated to just one customer at a time. Accordingly, you have the same advantages as with a physical server in terms of privacy, independence and operational isolation.

How do virtual servers work?

Virtual servers hosted on a dedicated server are in many ways functionally equivalent to physical servers, they do not interfere with each other and have resources allocated to them.

Each virtual server can be configured as an independent server and each owner has full control over it and manages it exactly as if it were a dedicated server, without having to worry about the hardware, thanks to the complete resilience that characterizes virtual servers. Costs vary depending on the resources allocated, including CPU, RAM, storage space and bandwidth.

What operating systems are available?

In addition to the Windows 2016, 2019 and 2022 operating systems and AlmaLinux, which are compatible with cPanel and Plesk, different versions of the following operating systems are also possible:
Ubunto, Debian, CentOS, AlmaLinux, pfSense, FreeBSD, Gentoo, OpenBSD, ArchLinux, RockyLinux, Fedora, OpenSUSE, TrueNAS and RancherOS.

How can I access my VPS control panel (Plesk or cPanel)?

To access the control panel of your VPS, you need to use the IP address of your VPS followed by the specific port for the desired control panel.

What is the address and port to access the Plesk control panel?

To access the Plesk control panel, use the following format: http://seu_ip:8443. Replace «your_ip» with the IP address of your VPS. Make sure to add «:8443» at the end of the address to specify the correct port.

How can I access cPanel (WHM) on my VPS?

To access the cPanel (WHM), use the following format: http://seu_ip:2087. Replace «your_ip» with the IP address of your VPS. Add «:2087» at the end of the address to indicate the correct port for the cPanel.