Remote-Access

Using the SSH Access module you can set up a secure SSH connection to your web space. The SSH connection allows you to have full access to your web space and send commands to the web server.


This module is meant for experienced users and only available for some hosting plans.

Instructions to Remote-Access

Via our control you can configure SSH-Connections, you can learn how it works here.

  1. 1. First open the Remote-Access module and then click on "Enable SSH Access", this will pop up new options.

  2. 2. Now you need to assign a password for login, if you are familiar with SSH keys you can enter a key under "Add SSH key" instead.

  3. 3. Now you need to add your IP address in the list of allowed hosts, you can easily get your IP address from this page.


Now the setup is complete, you can now access your web space via an SSH client.

Make sure you use the correct port. You can find the port, username and server name in the module Remote-Access.

Preinstalled software and important paths

A number of programs are already pre-installed on the web servers. You can get a short overview of these programs here:

Composer: Composer is a tool for managing dependencies in PHP projects. It allows you to declare the libraries that your project depends on, and it will manage, install and update those libraries for you.

Git: Git is by far the most widely used version control system in the world. It records changes to be able to track in the version history and if necessary restore old versions.

Path to Git: /usr/bin/git

WP-CLI: Wordpress CLI is a tool that allows you to interact with a wordpress site directly using text based console commands, this allows advanced users to complete their tasks faster.

Midnight Commander: Midnight Commander is a file manager with a graphical interface, it is a feature-rich application that can copy, move or delete files or directory trees and execute commands in the subshell.

MySQL command-line client: mysql


Paths for PHP:

php - path for PHP version 8.1

/usr/bin/php80 - path for PHP version 8.0

/usr/bin/php74 - path for PHP version 7.4