2.1. Logging In to Virtuozzo PowerPanel¶
To log in to the Virtuozzo PowerPanel web interface, visit its address obtained from your service provider in a supported web browser.
The latest versions of popular web browsers are supported: Chrome, Firefox, Edge, Opera, Safari.
If prompted, accept the self-signed certificate and add it to browser’s exceptions.
Some browsers, e.g., Firefox, require exceptions to be added in the form of
<controller_address>:<port> for ports 6556, 6557, and 35357.
You will be taken to the welcome screen where you will need to enter the username and password obtained from your service provider.
After logging in, you will be taken to the main screen of Virtuozzo PowerPanel.
At any time, you can click the Virtuozzo PowerPanel logo in the top left corner to return to the main screen.
On the main screen you can see the list of your virtual environments. Above the list you can see buttons for tasks that you can perform on multiple VEs if you have more than one. In the top right corner you can see your username as well as the bell icon, clicking which opens the log screen, and the log out icon.
Each VE area in the list expands on click, showing more details about the VE, including state, type, UUID, hostname, IP address (assigned by the service provider), operating system, virtual hardware configuration and real-time resource consumption, backups, and VNC console. In the VE area, you can also see the buttons for tasks available for this specific VE.
2.1.1. Logging In to Manage Single Virtual Environments¶
Virtuozzo PowerPanel is designed to enable easy management of multiple VEs from a single web panel. If for some reason, you need to manage just one VE in Virtuozzo PowerPanel, you can do so by logging in from an old-style welcome screen accessible at
You will need to provide your VE’s hostname or IP address as well as credentials for logging in to the VE itself (and not the credentials for Virtuozzo PowerPanel).