Are you struggled for a speed up your website? and screw up!!! and change your Normal hosting to VPS !! Great, VPS is a Virtual Private Server which is used to host your site on dedicated server, but most of the people are unknown from how to setup VPS and boost speed site. Some of the people having question related VPS like “How am I going to connect to my sever, since I have no cpanel to type my username and password.”
So, here we explain all the detail step by step, follow the below steps to setup your site in VPS.
How to Login with VPS or Dedicated Server Using Putty:
to establish your new connection between client and server, you have must putty to establish a new connection
so here i will explain how to use them correctly in order to communicate securely with your server and setup your site on VPS.
Installing and Configuring PuTTY in Windows :
Whenever we buy VPS there is already installed OpenSSH, we have need to install PuTTY before you can connect to your server. Go to PuTTY’s official download page and download the installer file which looks like [putty-x.xx-installer.exe].
After successfully downloading it, install as you would install any Windows program; just make sure to install it only for the current user, especially if your PC is used by many users. Once the install is finished, launch PuTTY and a configuration window will appear to you.
Now Just Follow the below Steps to proceed further.
Step 1: Login to your Host Account(Interserver, Godaddy, etc.)
Step 2: Enter IP Address of your VPS.
Step 3: COPY that IP Address from your VPS and PASTE it into Putty and click on OPEN Button.
Step 4: After that you can see the Black Screen where you have to enter your Server Id and Password for Authentication
You may ask for a “login as “, you have to enter Just “root” and enter your VPS Password(not enter your hosting account credentials.)
Yippi You got a new Connection…!!!!
For every Linux User, the command line might differ slightly, but basically they all have the same syntax and structure.
I hope that you have getting the basic concepts behind remote connection to a server and why security matters so much in the ever crowded insecure internet world and how SSH helps you maintain that.