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Working with ISO images at Virtual Servers

Why you need own ISO image

You may need use own ISO image in two cases:

  • when you need install own operational system (which is not provided by us or with special setting during install);
  • when server fail from start and you need run rescue mode for diagnose/repair.

For working with ISO images we offer panel  Vmmanager. It is available for all our virtual servers.

Server management panel

To login to  server management panel, in your customer portal click on left menu to Product/Services — Virtual private servers. Choose related server and in top menu click on "To panel". You will be automatically and transparently logged into server management panel.
Alternatively, you may login into server management panel using credentials which you got in server activation email. Also Instructions available in your customer portal on Product/Services — Virtual private servers page. Just choose related server and click on Instructions button in top menu.

Uploading of your own ISO image

In server management panel click on three dot icon at end of string. In context menu  click  on «Connect ISO» button.

Panel will offer you select related virtual servers to connect image and source for uploading: from local file or by link. Make sure that your link is available without cookie, login, passwords (let's say ready to simple download by wget utility).

You will need set networking on new O/S using provided data. You can obtain network setting for you server from information about your server IP's in server management panel on Virtual private servers page by choosing required server and clicking on IP-addresses button. You can also request this information from our support.

VNC connection

To connect to server by VNC go to Virtual servers page, choose related server and click on three dot icon at end of string. In context menu  click  on «VNC» button.

During reboot, when server management panel internal VNC-client disconnect, refresh window using F5 on your PC.

Published on: 25-06-2021, 20:57