How To Setup A VPS Cloud Server

With our robust cloud platform you're able to instantly setup your own Virtual Private Server with a couple of clicks. A VPS solution is ideal for those reselling web hosting space or webmasters using resource heavy applications such as a popular Wordpress blog or bulletin board script such as XenForo.  

Step 1: To get started select the VPS you would like to build by clicking Deploy:

How To Setup A VPS Server

Step 2: Register, Transfer, or Enter Your Domain Name then click Continue:


How To Setup A VPS Server

Step 3: Configure Your Server:

Configure Server

Hostname: This is the name of your server.  It can be anyname without spaces or special characters.
NS1 & NS2 Prefix: These are the prefixes for your first name servers.  The defaults are NS1 and NS2.  
Root Password: This is the root password to your server.  It needs to be strong with special characters.  We recommend using a password generator.

Step 4: Set Configurable Options 

Set Configurable Options

Offiste Backups: Have your server automatically backed up nightly to an offsite location.
Backup Quota: The amount of backup space you require. 
Dedicated IPs: The number of IP addresses you need for your server.
Monthly Bandwidth: The amount of outgoing bandwidth you need for your server. 

Step 5: Click Add to Cart & Checkout

Step 6: Review your order and Complete Payment

Congratulations!  Your VPS server will be built in real time.  Go grab a coffee and it'll be ready as you stir in your sugar!

Next Steps:

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