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Network settings management


The Network tab allows you to block and unblock specific IP addresses, get port usage graphs, network settings information, and manage PTR (rDNS).

You can see the IP addresses allocated to the server when you go to the Network tab.

You can do the following actions with addresses and interfaces:

  • Enable and disable the interface;
  • View a graph of port or IP address usage;
  • Block and unblock IP;
  • View information about subnet;
  • Manage DNS-PTR records.
Example retrieve interface status cURL:
curl -s "" -X POST \
--data "action=get_status" \
--data "token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN" \
--data "id=YOUR_SERVER_ID" \
--data "port=ipmi" \
--data "pin=YOUR_PIN" \

To view the network interface load graph, click the Graph. button. See the example:

You can block a specific IP address at the network level on your side without logging into the server. To block, you must click the Block IP button and specify the reason:


Please note that the Unblock feature does NOT allow you to unblock an IP address in the following cases:

  • The IP address was temporarily reset by DDoS protection due to an incoming attack. The system will unlock it automatically after 4 hours. If you want to remove the null route before the end of the 4-hour period, you must contact our support team.
  • The IP was blocked by the abuse department due to an AUP violation. To remove the block, you must check your email for instructions from the Abuse Team, take the necessary action, and respond to the complaint by email.
Example disable interface cURL:
curl -s "" -X POST \
--data "action=port_off" \
--data "token=YOUR_ACCESS_TOKEN" \
--data "id=YOUR_SERVER_ID" \
--data "port=eth" \
--data "pin=YOUR_PIN" \

The Tools icon allows you to check and manage your IP address settings.

To set up a PTR record for an IP address, list the domains, one per line. Click the Update button after adding the list of domains.

If there are several IP addresses on the server, it is necessary to mark the main one. The main address is configured on the server during automatic installation, additional addresses are configured by the client inside the OS on their own.

An example of filling out a form of PTR settings:

To check the added domain should be:

  1. Run CMD or Powershell on the workstation;
  2. Use one of these two commands:

    nslookup [ip address]
    nslookup [ip address]


The control panel requires a PIN to confirm any operations. If a PIN has not been set, you will be suggested to create one and enter it to confirm operations with the server or account.