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How am I billed for Compute Instances?
CloudCone Compute Instances billing is pretty straightforward, this article will explain everything you need to know Hourly Billing Instances are billed hourly, you will receive a bill on the 1st of every month for the previous month's hourly use which means you are charged for the number of hours your machine is online. When you create your machine, you will see your total bill per hour and per month. Hourly and Monthly Estimate(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/b4a658
Deploy a Cloud Server
How to create a cloud server at CloudCone with a few clicks Deploying a Cloud Server on Cloudcone is easy and can be done within a few minutes by following some simple steps. First, log in to the Cloudcone panel at https://app.cloudcone.com/ Next click on the Create new button, which is the green colored button with a plus icon in the top right corner and select Create instance from the drop-down. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/b4a6582f-f407-4054-b73c-d6e4bf69
Rebuild Your Instance
How to install a fresh OS onto your instance and boot it up. If anytime you mess any installations the first time you are free to rebuild your instance and start from scratch by re-installing a fresh OS onto your instance. To rebuild your instance you can follow these steps in order, Log in to the CloudCone panel at https://app.cloudcone.com/ Navigate to the Compute page Access the in
How to attach a DDoS protected IP to my instance?
Before you continue, please check out our DDoS protection offering as advertised on our site to see if it can work with your existing application environment :) If you require an Always On DDoS protected IP, you can follow the steps to add one to your account. Click on t
How to Reset My Root Password
If you need to reset you compute instance's root password, this guide will help you out. Things to note Click on the "Manage" button under on the compute instance in question You will be redirected to the Manage Instance page On the left navigation bar, click the "Access" tab. Access Tab(https://stor
Destroy Your Compute Instance
If you need to remove a cloud server from your account and delete all of its data, you can follow the below steps to destroy your instance. To destroy your instance, 1. Log in to the CloudCone panel at https://app.cloudcone.com/ 2. Navigate to the Compute page. 3. Click on the Manage button of your instance to access the instance management page. 4. Select Destroy
Resize Your Instance
How to update the resources allocated to your server with ease Resources such as CPUs, RAM and Disk space of your instance can be easily increased or decreased through the CloudCone panel. To resize your instance, Log in to the CloudCone panel at https://app.cloudcone.com/ Navigate to the Compute page. Then access the instance management page by clicking on the Manage button of your server Then select Resize from the left side navigation menu. Select the new values for CPU, RA
How to add rDNS ?
Adding rDNS to your IP address can be done via the client area. Please follow these few easy steps to have it added. Click on the Manage page of the VM Navigate to the networking tab from the left navigation Enter the rDNS entry on the rDNS column relevant to the IP address Click save After DNS propagates, your rDNS entry will be shown to the inte
This article will explain how you can easily boot, reboot and shutdown your instance. To follow the steps below you'll first need to log in to the CloudCone panel at https://app.cloudcone.com/ Reboot Go to your instance management page by clicking on the Manage button of your server on the Compute page and click on the REBOOT button. You will be asked to verify your action. Click on Yes, reboot. The rebooting process will generally take around 30 to 40 seconds and your server will be of
Adding SSH Keys
If you need to secure your server more using SSH Keys, this article will help you out While passwords can be cracked, SSH keys provide more security as they are nearly impossible to decipher. By following the steps below, you can add SSH key to your cloud panel. Visit https://app.cloudcone.com/login and login to your account. Click the "Manage" button On the Navigation bar to your left click the "SSH Keys" tab Click "Add new SSH Key " button You will be redirected to the Add S
How to add an SSH key to your server ?
If you are having a trouble of entering the username and password when you want to login to your server every time. Well, you can use SSH Keys :) Generating an SSH Key It only takes few minutes to create an SSH key, you can open your terminal and run a simple command After running the above command it will ask you where to save the file, enter the passphrase and that's it.The Key will be shown. Adding an SSH Key to your account After generating the Key it's easy to ad
How to view your IP Address ?
If you are not sure of your IP address assigned to your instance, this guide will help you! Visit the Server Manage Page on the server in question IPs On the left navigation tab, click on Networking There you will see the assigned IPs on your instance
How to check my hourly bill up to now?
Since the servers are billed every hour, we charge you after use and this article will help you to understand the due from the last paid date up to today. Click on the Manage button of the relevant VM Click on the billing tab at the left navigation tab Billing Tab There, you will see three cards, the first card shows the current hourly bill for that speci
How to mount a Live CD to my machine?
Network enabled Live CDs are helpful if you ever corrupt your data in the drive, or accidentally removed partition information which leads to Kernel Panics WIth using the Live CD, you can access your server files and securely move them to a secure location over the network. To mount the live CD to your machine, follow these few easy steps Click on the manage page on the VM where you need the CD mounted. Navigate to the access tab on the left side navigation tabs !(https://storage.cri
How to use the Cloud Firewall?
If you are not a fan of managing software firewalls within your server, you can use our Cloud Firewall to allow and deny ports of your choice. In this guide, we will show you how to allow port 22 for IP 10.10.1.254 Navigate to the Firewall tab on your compute instance !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/b4a6582f-f407-4054-b73c-d6e4bf698b1e/a02e869d-823e-4e77-ae1b
How to change my servers hostname
This article will help you to change the hostname of your server to appear on the client area for better reference. Visit the compute instance manage page of the server Visit the Rebuild tab on the left navigation panel On the Change Hostname option, type in your new hostname Click the green Update hostname button to save your changes