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Old 06-13-2009, 05:45 AM   #31
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Just reposting hoping for a reply? Please confirm.


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Virtual servers are completely independent from the node machine and for connect to VPS users use own IP-address.


I understand how VPS's work as we are a large VPS company. My question still hasn't been answered. The GUI tool that each VPS user would get with their VPS to reboot, restart their VPS requires the host node IP's to access it with your software it seems. Is there anyway they can access this GUI tool (not control panel like cPanel) rather VZPP (like Virtuozzo Powerpanel) via their VPS IP not the host node itself? As explained above this is important and if it's not possible please just say it's not possible. The reason this is a problem is simple. If we move a VPS from one server to another then we also need to tell them a new IP to reboot their VPS which is really not necessary and not needed with other Virtualization software. Let me know asap.
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Old 06-14-2009, 08:02 PM   #32
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See more information about how to migrate from HyperVM here http://forum.ispsystem.com/en/showthread.php?t=634
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Old 06-14-2009, 08:10 PM   #33
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Is there anyway they can access this GUI tool (not control panel like cPanel) rather VZPP (like Virtuozzo Powerpanel) via their VPS IP not the host node itself?
Yes, VPS is completely independent from node and users can use any control panel installed in the own server and own IP and any software for remote management.

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If we move a VPS from one server to another then we also need to tell them a new IP to reboot their VPS which is really not necessary and not needed with other Virtualization software.
User can (but is not need for this) login to node with user password (login as IP-address and password - root password for this VPS) for reboot VPS if own software have errors (VPS hangs for example) or for reinstallation VPS by himself. But user no need know it, it is optional service.
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Yes, VPS is completely independent from node and users can use any control panel installed in the own server and own IP and any software for remote management.



User can (but is not need for this) login to node with user password (login as IP-address and password - root password for this VPS) for reboot VPS if own software have errors (VPS hangs for example) or for reinstallation VPS by himself. But user no need know it, it is optional service.
So if we have a VPS customer with the unique IP address of 65.222.xxx.xxx and he needs to reboot his VPS because it's not working. The physical server his VPS is hosted on has the IP 65.111.xxx.xxx. What IP would he use to reboot his VPS?
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Old 06-15-2009, 07:08 AM   #35
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65.222.xxx.xxx and if he can't login to VPS software (VPS hangs), user can login to main node to VDSmanager in IP address 65.111.xxx.xxx.
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65.222.xxx.xxx and if he can't login to VPS software (VPS hangs), user can login to main node to VDSmanager in IP address 65.111.xxx.xxx.
That is the problem. Is there anyway they can reboot the VPS differently thru a port or something such as 65.222.xxx.xxx:4643 to reboot the VPS? The IP being different then the VPS's IP creates an issue for us which makes your product unusable for us. Please let me know. We'd need this feature to use your product.
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Old 06-16-2009, 08:28 AM   #37
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VDSmanager have no this feature. You can put links to management panels (VDSmanager) to your billing system/customer zone.

For example, our product BILLmanager have button in the customer zone "Server information (control panel links)" where user can go to VDSmanager by link for example https://node-address/manager/vdsmgr?...132.132.12.112 and ISPmanager by link https://132.132.12.112/manager/ispmgr

Server node information in billing always is actual, because billing system use node for start/stop VPSes / change tarif plans / get information (traffic).
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Old 06-17-2009, 02:04 AM   #38
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VDSmanager for Linux

VDSmanager for Linux is a web-based control interface designed to support such free popular server virtualization technologies like OpenVZ, Xen, and Vserver. It contains:


I have read just recently that you do not support Xen, but you publicize you do.

so what's the word ?
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Any plans to create a WHMCS module for VDSManager ?
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Old 06-17-2009, 08:15 AM   #40
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VDSmanager for Linux

VDSmanager for Linux is a web-based control interface designed to support such free popular server virtualization technologies like OpenVZ, Xen, and Vserver. It contains:


I have read just recently that you do not support Xen, but you publicize you do.

so what's the word ?
Xen in the testing and bugfix stage now, because current version have no good work with Xen (many bugs). Xen will be fully supported soon.
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