How To Connect To Your HA VPS/Enterprise Server
HA (High Availability) VPS plans are load balanced synchronized pair of server nodes in separate availability zones for maximum uptime and increased concurrent connections. This highly performant configuration requires specific synchronization through file replications. As such, it is imperative ...
Where Can I Find My Hostname?
Your hostname would be provided in the activation letter Pagely sends to you when your VPS becomes active. This can either be found in your previous emails, or in your support history. If you no longer have your activation letter, your hostname can be located from within the Atomic control panel ...
Setting Up SSH Access on Windows
Generating a New SSH Key Pair To authenticate with the server, you'll need to use an SSH key. For information on getting an SSH key, see our article on generating an SSH key on Windows. Adding Your SSH Public Key to Your Account Now that you have an SSH key pair, you'll need to add it to your Pa...
Using SSH on your VPS/Enterprise Server
SSH is a secure network protocol which allows you to access the VPS to execute commands. To connect to your VPS server via SSH you will need to first enter your public SSH key in the Atomic control panel. The connection information you will need for SSH is a hostname and a username. The username ...
Setting Up SSH Access on MacOS
In order to access your new VPS server, there are a few steps that need to be completed. By Using your SSH key and agent forwarding you will not have to enter a password when connecting to your server. This is also a more secure way of connecting as opposed to using a password. Getting Your SSH ...
Using SFTP With Pagely
SFTP is an alternative to the old, insecure FTP protocol and allows you to upload files to your Pagely account with ease. In this article, we'll show you how to generate SSH keys for authentication and connect them to your Pagely account for fast, secure access to your site's files. Getting Start...
WinSCP Permission Denied Error
By default WinSCP will try to update the timestamp to that of the local files, this causes the "Permission Denied" Error. Open the Transfer Settings dialog. Inside the Common Options section, disable the Preserve Timestamp option.