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If you have reserved an IPv6 subnet you can't change the reverse DNS of an IP in that range. We would like to be able to set reverse DNS for the physical machines in our network with IPv6.1 vote
We have done a lot of customizations in the admin backend, e.g. we integrated a note field at the IP list so we know directly why a IP is marked as reserved.
So i would like to see a better way to integrate own code into the admin backend.
I have 2 ideas:
It would be useful if we could see the changes in the bootstrap client template before updating.
I think github would be a good place for that. There should also be notes in the release notes if there were changes in the template.1 vote
We have an option to display the bandwidth usage report per VM, It would be good if we have the same option per client.
Let's say the client own 5 VM's, it's better to see all his 5 VM's last month usage at one place.3 votes
Add an ability to access Master node UI using reseller's domain main to "white label" it.
As a subrequest, add an ability to secure reseller's domain name with different SSL certificate.3 votes
If you enable the option "IP Stealing & ARP Attack" at the node configuration, it affects all servers on the node.
A GUI integration to exclude single servers from the protection is useful, e.g. for internal servers.2 votes
For better network performance, specially on 10 gbit networks, multiqueue would be great: https://www.linux-kvm.org/page/Multiqueue#Overview2 votes
It would be good to fetch the Network speed limit information of a VM when we use the Virtual Server Information.1 vote
Add support for XenServer.2 votes
A custom KVM custom startup script for delayed VPS start up would be appreciated as HDD based servers have significant I/O blocking and load issues with parallel startup of many VPS.2 votes
Add the ability to lock/unlock slave nodes via API2 votes
It would be great to have integration with Plesk Partner Central and cPanel manage2 for cP licensing and CloudLinux2 votes
Customers can create Virtual servers in 2 ways.
- You can purchase a "prepaid" virtual server through WHMCS.
- Can create "pay-as-you-go" virtual server via SolusVM administration panel.
If the user wants to use 2 billing methods:
Will make purchases through WHMCS to create a "prepaid" virtual server.
To purchase "pay-as-you-go" packages, Solusvm will create a server through the administration panel.
But using it this way causes a problem like this.
The user purchased 2 "prepaid" virtual servers from WHMCS.
And he created 1 "pay-as-you-go" package via the Solusvm management panel.
If the user enters the Solusvm Administration panel, he will see…0 votes
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