Prepare OVH Server for KVM/CyberPanel VMM

OVH servers normally have their own set up for most of the things. CyberPanel VMM can be used for two purposes: For hosting websites, as you would normally do without CyberPanel VMM. For running KVM virtual machines. For this reason I’ve given most of the available space to mount point /. How ever if you […]

Creating Virtual Machine

This video guide help you create virtual machine in CyberPanel, you can do an optional step before creating virtual machine. (Injection SSH key is optional)

Create SSH Key

This step is optional, you can create SSH keys to be injected when new virtual machines are being created.  

Create, Delete and Modify Package

Create Package Virtual Machine Manager packages are different from normal CyberPanel packages, these packages define resources for your Virtual Machines. On normal installation a default package is already created, to create additional packages navigate to https://<IP Address>:8090/packages/createPackageVMM   Modify Package If you decide to change parameters for the package just created above you can navigate […]

Manage IP Pools (Delete Pool, Add IPs, Delete IPs, Assign Mac)

Once you have successfully created an IP Pool. You can manage your IP Pools through https://<IP Address>:8090/ip/listIPPools. Please note that any additional IPs you add to an existing pool will use the same Gateway and Netmask. So if your new IPs have different Gateway and Netmask you then need to create separate IP Pool for […]

Create IP Pool

After installation and successfully configuration of network bridge. You need to create your first IP Pool, so that you can start creating virtual machines. What are IP Pools? IP Pools in CyberPanel are collection of IP Addresses with same Gateway and Netmask address. How to create IP Pool? To create IP Pool, navigate to https://<IP […]

First Step: Setting up Network Bridge After Installation

CyberPanel Virtual Machine Manager installer ask 4 important question before it starts installation: IP Address. Gateway. Netmask. Interface Name. So what happens in the background? Normally Centos store network files in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ If your interface name is eth0 (as provided in installation process) then your network file will look like /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0, this file will contain […]

[RC] Installing CyberPanel VMM (Virtual Machine Manager)

CyberPanel Virtual Machine Manager let you manage KVM virtual machines through CyberPanel. Requirements Centos 7.x (Recommended minimal version) Python 2.7 4GB or above Ram. Disk space to store virtual machines. VT enabled from the BIOS. Must be a dedicated server. Installation On your command line terminal run it as a single command: sh <(curl https://cyberpanel.net/install-vmm.sh […]