Setting up your OVH Virtual Private Server
pixel500w-500x1
Zero Admin
With the new Dashboard
pixel500w-500x1
Bulletproof Security
With SSL certs and NGINX
pixel500w-500x1
Install on $150 Appliance
Intel MiniPC architecture
pixel500w-500x1
New, Intuitive Windows Client
More themes, more UC
pixel500w-500x1
More CRM Integrations
Scripting Interface to add your own
pixel500w-500x1
Improved Integrated Web Conferencing
iOS and Android apps included
pixel500w-500x1
Personal Click2Meet URLs

Virtual Private Server (VPS) from OVH

Virtual PBX with OVH

On this topic

Virtual PBX with OVH

Creating an OVH account

Create VPS

Connect to your Linux VPS

See also

Creating an OVH account

  1. Go to https://www.ovh.com/ and choose your region.
  2. Click “Web Control Panel” and “Create your account”.
  3. Fill in your personal details and enter billing information.
  4. For more information you can visit OVH online guides.

Create VPS

After setting up an account, you can proceed to create a new machine.

  1. Go to this link https://www.ovh.com/us/vps/vps-ssd.xml
  2. Select a VPS SSD server from the available options.

  1. If you have 4-8 simultaneous calls and up to 10 extensions, VPS SSD1 will suffice. Otherwise select VPS2 SSD2.

  1. In the “My Location” section select the location closest to you.

  1. Go to “My OS” and set the Version to “Debian 8 (Jessie) 64 bits”.
  2. Click “Continue”. The VPS will be created. You will receive an email when the server is ready which will contain IP information and connection details.

Connect to your Linux VPS

  1. Download putty and launch putty.exe.

  1. In the “Host Name” section enter the VPS name (e.g. vps343564.ovh.net or its IP Address - refer to the email you received from OVH)
  2. Select “SSH” and press “Open”.
  3. A certificate warning will appear - press “Yes”.  
  4. Enter the username and password when prompted.
  5. You have successfully connected via SSH to your Debian VPS OVH server.
  6. You can now proceed to install 3CX - Read how here.

See also


Ask a Question

Please only post questions in regards to the document you are currently reading.
Technical support or pre sales questions must be posted via the support or sales channels and such comments will be deleted. Thank you for understanding
<