Just like Virtuozzo NVMe VPS Servers have an internal console to access your server over the internal network so do our KVM NVMe VPS Servers. Located under the “VNC” options in the VPS Control panel and the client area under “HTML5 Console” you can use console over the internal network to access a server. This is useful if you need to revert changes made to your networking which has pushed the server offline or if your updating a Kernel. No matter what you do you can always use the KVM/IP console to access your server.
Access KVM/IP From The VPS Control Panel
The VPS control panel provides constant access to your server. Your welcome email details your username for the control panel. Please see this email for access details.
Once logged in click VNC then HTML5 VNC. A new window will open and your server login screen will be displayed. So if your server is offline the console should provide a clue as to why.
Access KVM/IP From The Client Area
Your client area also has access to your KVM NVMe VPS. So for this reason, you should be using Two-Factor Authentication.
Navigate to your active services at https://account.first2host.co.uk/clientarea.php?action=services
Select your VPS package and on the next page at the bottom click the NoVNC button. A new page will load and your servers login screen will be displayed.
Both of the options will produce the same results and it doesn’t matter which console you use. We provide two consoles for easy access to customer servers.
Users who have a Virtuozzo NVMe VPS should look at the guide we have produced for accessing the HTML console. The process is much the same as accessing a KVM VPS over the internal network. The guide can be found at https://blog.f2h.cloud/html5-console/
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