Are you wondering how to access your VM web server? Look no further!
In this tutorial, we will guide you step-by-step on how to access your VM web server using various methods. Whether you are a beginner or an experienced user, we’ve got you covered!
Method 1: Accessing Your VM Web Server Using SSH
If you have set up your web server on a Linux-based virtual machine, SSH (Secure Shell) is the most common method to access it. Follow the steps below:
- Step 1: Open your preferred SSH client. If you are using Windows, you can use popular clients like PuTTY or Git Bash.
- Step 2: Enter the IP address or hostname of your virtual machine in the appropriate field.
- Step 3: Specify the port number for SSH (default is usually 22).
- Step 4: Click on the ‘Connect’ button.
- Step 5: Provide your login credentials (username and password).
You are now connected to your VM web server using SSH! You can now manage and configure your server as needed.
Method 2: Accessing Your VM Web Server Using Remote Desktop Connection
If you have set up your web server on a Windows-based virtual machine, Remote Desktop Connection is a convenient way to access it. Here’s how:
- Step 1: Open the Remote Desktop Connection application on your local machine. It comes pre-installed on Windows operating systems.
- Step 3: Click on the ‘Connect’ button.
- Step 4: Provide your login credentials (username and password).
Congratulations! You are now connected to your VM web server using Remote Desktop Connection. You can now manage your server just like you would on a physical machine.
Method 3: Accessing Your VM Web Server Using a Web Browser
If you have set up a web-based control panel or a web interface for your VM web server, accessing it through a web browser is the way to go. Here’s what you need to do:
- Step 1: Open a web browser (such as Chrome, Firefox, or Safari) on your local machine.
- Step 2: Enter the IP address or hostname of your virtual machine in the address bar.
- Step 3: Press Enter or click Go.
You will now be directed to the login page of your VM web server’s control panel or web interface. Provide your login credentials to access and manage your server using the user-friendly interface provided.
In this tutorial, we explored three different methods to access your VM web server. Whether you prefer using SSH, Remote Desktop Connection, or a web browser, you can easily connect and manage your server based on its configuration. Choose the method that suits your needs and get ready to take full control of your virtual machine!
We hope this article has helped you understand how to access your VM web server. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us. Happy server managing!