Overview: Servers

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  • Name: The name assigned to the server. You can change the server name at any time.
  • Status: The current server status. By clicking on the status, you can change the server status at any time.
    • On: The server is in operation.
    • Off: The server is shut down.
    • Starting: The server will be started.
    • Restarting: The server will be restarted.
    • Creating server: The server will be set up. The progress is shown as a percentage.
    • Configuring: The server configuration will be adjusted.
    • Switching off: The server will be shut down.
    • Deleting: The server will be deleted
  • IP: The IP address assigned to the server. If several IP addresses have been assigned to the server, an icon with the number of the assigned IP addresses is displayed. To display all IP addresses, move the mouse over the icon.
  • Type: Selected configuration
  • OS: The operating system of the server
  • Warnings: If you have a monitoring policy for your server, you will receive a notification when the threshold values set are exceeded. The color of the icons indicates the status of each notification:
    • Gray: The server is not being monitored.
    • Green: Normal operation. Everything is okay.
    • Yellow: The monitoring policy has generated warnings and maintenance notes.
    • Red: A problem or critical state has been reported.
  • Data center: 1&1 IONOS data center where the server is hosted.
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  • Description: The description of the server. You can change the description at any time.
  • Source: Source of the server operating system.
  • Operating system: The server's operating system
  • Additional software: Shows if additional software is installed on the server.
  • IP: The IP address assigned to the server.
  • Configuration: The server's configuration.
    • Type: Selected configuration
    • CPU: The number of virtual central processing units (vCPU) configured for the server.
    • RAM: RAM assigned to the server.
    • SSD: Disk space assigned to the server.
  • Firewall Policies: List of the public IP addresses of the server and the associated firewall rules.

Note:

If you do not assign a firewall policy to the server, you can only access it using the KVM console. If you have set up a private network, you can also access it using another server.


  • Load Balancers: List of the assigned load balancers.
  • Private networks: Indicates whether a private network has been created.
  • Snapshot: Shows if a snapshot has been created. A snapshot is a record of the server data at a particular moment. If you have created a snapshot, you can restore the recorded state of your server at any time.
  • Monitoring Policies: Monitoring policy used for the server. You can assign a different monitoring policy to the server at any time.
  • Data center: 1&1 IONOS data center where the server is hosted.
  • Date of creation: The date when the server was set up.

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