For Virtual Servers
In the Infrastructure> Server section, all the servers you have configured are listed in a table. This table lists the most important information about the individual servers:
Name: This is the name assigned to the server. You can change the server name at any time.
Status: This is the current operational status of the server. By clicking on the status, you can change the status of the server at any time.
On: The server is running.
Off: The server is shut down.
Starting: The server is turned on.
Restarting: The server is being restarted.
Creating server: The server is being set up. The progress is given in percent.
Configuring: The configuration of the server is adjusted.
Switching off: The server will be shut down.
Deleted: The server is being removed.
IP: This is the IP address assigned to the server. If multiple IP addresses have been assigned to the server, an icon will appear indicating the number of IP addresses assigned. To display all IP addresses, move the mouse over the icon.
Type: Selected configuration
OS: Operating system of the server
Warnings: If you monitor your server with a monitoring policy, you will receive a notification when the set thresholds are exceeded. The color of the icons indicates the status of the respective notification:
Gray: The server is not being monitored.
Green: Normal operation
Yellow: The monitoring policy has generated warnings and maintenance notes.
Red: A problem or critical condition has been reported.
Data center: IONOS Data Center in which the server is hosted
Click on the server name to display all of the information about the desired server. The list contains the following additional information:
Description: This is a custom description of the server. You can change the description at any time.
Host: Displays the host
User: User name with which you log on to the server
Initial Password: Displays the original password created that you can use to log in to the server.
DNS Host Name: Displays the DNS host name. The DNS host name is a unique name for the server. It consists of a host name and a domain name.
Source: Source of the server operating system
Operating system: Operating system of the server
Licenses: Displays the licenses of the additionally installed applications
IP: Shows the IP addresses assigned to the server
Configuration: Configuration of the server
Type: Selected configuration
CPU: Number of main virtual processors (vCPU) configured for the server
RAM: RAM allocated to the server.
SSD: Hard disk space allocated to the server
Firewall policies: Lists the server's public IP addresses and associated firewall policies
Note: If you do not assign a firewall policy to the server, you can only access it through the KVM console. If you have set up a private network, access is also possible via another server.
Private Networks: Indicates whether a private network has been created
Snapshot: Indicates whether a snapshot was taken. A snapshot is a snapshot of the data on your server. Once you have taken a snapshot, you can restore the recorded state of your server's data at any time.
Monitoring guidelines: Monitoring policy used to monitor the server. You can assign a different monitoring policy to the server at any time.
Data center: IONOS data center in which the server is hosted
Creation date: Date on which the server was set up
To edit an item, click .