Login to CloudOne Portal
STEP – 1
Once you complete the sign-up process at https://myaccount.e2enetworks.com/ , you will be e-mailed credentials for accessing our CloudOne Portal. Please go to https://one.e2enetworks.com/ and log in using the credentials sent to you via e-mail.
Username : firstname.lastname@example.org Password : ************
STEP – 2
Prior to creating/ launching any VMs, please add your SSH keys via the CloudOne portal. Only VMs created AFTER addition of SSH keys will have the SSH keys added to the root user of the VM.
If you do not have SSH keys or do not wish to use the additional security provided by SSH keys, please skip Step-2, Step-3 & Step-4. You will be e-mailed a username and password after creating virtual machine, which can be used to administer the VM.
Click on the icon just above your username (second from right on the top navigation)
Adding SSH Key
STEP – 3
Click on “Add SSH Key” option.
STEP – 4
Paste your public SSH key in the space provided and click the “Add SSH Key” button. Once you have done that, click on VMs button (third from right on the top navigation).
STEP – 5
You will be able to see an overview of all your Virtual Machines (VMs) and their status (running/ deploying/ off/ error). Further details of each VM can be viwed by clicking the Blue “VM” button.
If you are logging in for the first time, it will show all totals as zero, since no Virtual Machines have been deployed by you as yet.
Selecting a Template
STEP – 6
On the Create Virtual Machine (VM) page you must first enter a name for the VM you are creating. In the below example we have used the name “virtualserver”, you can give your VM any name you like.
STEP – 7
Once you have entered a name for your VM, you need to review from amongst the available “templates” and select a “template” based on your requirement (for the VM you wish to create).
- Once you click on the chosen template, you will be able to review the “capacity” (allocated compute resources) once again, prior to creating the VM. In case you wich to change your selection at this time, please click on the “pencil” icon located to the right of the plan name. If you are ready to proceed please click the “Create” button.
- There are also specialized VM templates for Load Balancers, named as VLB-B-1, VLB-B-2, etc. for more details on Load Balancer plans and pricing please see https://www.ssdvpsindia.com/load-balancers
VM’s Details and Console
STEP – 8
On clicking the create button, you will be taken to the VMs page, where you can see the status of all your VMs. The freshly created VM will show it’s status as “Deploying”. Deployment usually takes only a few minutes. You can click the “refresh” button after a few minutes to confirm the current status of the newly created VM.
- If the status shows as “Deploying (1/3)”, it means your VM is in prolog mode.
- If the status shows as “Deploying (2/3)”, it means your VM is in boot mode.
- If the status shows as “Deploying (3/3)”, it means your VM is ready and running. The status will immediately change to “Running” soon after this.
- The status box will also display the number of VCPUs, RAM, Plan Name Chosen and the private and public IP of the VM.
- The username & password for the newly created VM will automatically be sent to you via e-mail.
- Your Public IP(eth0) : 205.147.xxx.xxx
- Your Private IP(eth1) : 172.16.xxx.xxx
STEP – 9
Managing your VM using the CloudOne console.
Note : Once the VM is deleted, it cannot be recovered and all data on it will be permanently erased.
STEP – 10
Enjoy India’s best SSD VPS on console.
Please check your email id for username and password, if you skipped adding your ssh keys in the CloudOne Portal, you will need these to administer your VM.
Note : You can reboot the server from console using Send CtrlAltDel Tab.